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Mumbai: Abdus Samad Bhatkal, arrested in a 2009 illegal arms seizure case, was released from the Arthur Road Jail here yesterday, officials said.

On June 15, a court had granted bail to Abdus Samad, arrested in connection with an 2009 arms seizure case and alleged to be involved in the Pune blast case, saying there was no evidence against him.

23-year-old Samad, a resident of Bhatkal district in northern Karnataka, had filed a bail application in the court of Additional Sessions Judge S L Pathan claiming that he was not an accused in the 2009 arms case for which he had been arrested.

Samad was picked up by ATS Maharashtra on May 25 at Mangalore airport after he returned from Dubai and immediately the Union Home Ministry was informed about it. Showing unnecessary haste, Chidambaram had sent congratulatory message to Maharashtra ATS for 'cracking. the Pune blast case. The events later showed that Samad has nothing to do with the blast.

Interestingly, immeditaely after Abdus Samad Bhatkal was granted bail, Maharashtra Director General of Police D Sivanandan had admitted that investigations by the state ATS into the February 13, 2010 Pune bakery blast have gone wrong.

“The ATS has to study the Pune blast case scientifically and collect evidence to identify the group behind the attack”, Sivanandan is quoted as saying in the media. He was reacting over the bail to Abdus Samad granted by the Court yesterday.

 

“The first mistake was the blast and second wrong investigation. What we need is right investigation at right time,” the DGP said.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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