Pune: Four teams of the
state’s Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) have been formed to probe
Saturday’s blast at an eatery here that killed nine people, city
police chief Satyapal Singh said here Monday, adding the probe “is
proceeding in the right direction”.
“So far, we have not yet got any concrete leads on the perpetrators
of the incident. We are investigating from all angles and we don’t
rule out anything,” Police Commissioner Singh said at a press
It is not yet clear which group or
organisation was responsible for carrying out the bombing at the
German Bakery, that also left 60 people injured.
To a question, Singh said the report of
the forensic sciences lab, which could confirm the composition of
the bomb, has not been received yet.
“It was expected today but has not been
received. It may come tomorrow or maybe the day after,” Singh said.
Referring to the victims, the police chief
said the bodies of all the victims have been handed over to their
family members after completing the relevant formalities.
“The condition of three of the injured
continues to be serious and of concern,” he added.
Stressing that the police were doing their
best, Singh requested the public to come forward with any kind of
information that could help the investigators “in the interest of
the city and the nation”.