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New Delhi: In a move that signals the Centre’s intention to crack the whip on Hindu radical groups, the government is considering the feasibility of a combined probe into all bomb blasts suspected to have been carried out by such groups.
The role of Hindu extremist organizations – Abhinav Bharat and Sanatan Sansthan – has been exposed in blasts at Hyderabad’s Mecca Masjid, Ajmer Dargah and Malegaon. Some of the members of these two outfits have been detained by investigative agencies.
The CBI has informed the Union Home Ministry that in the Mecca Masjid, Samjhauta Express and Ajmer blasts a similar type of detonating device was used. Therefore, it is most probable that the same group and people are behind all these blasts.
According to sources in the Home Ministry, the government is to get all such cases investigated by a single set of investigators because evidences indicate that these cases might be interlinked. For that Home Ministry is about to talk to concerned states.
Government officials said the best course of action would be to have all the cases investigated by a single set of investigators since evidence had surfaced indicating that some cases might be linked.
If this is not possible, an official said the second option was to hold coordination meetings that would bring investigators looking at different cases — and possibly different ends of the same outfit — to sit across the table to share their investigations with others.
“In the initial stages, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen or Lashkar-e-Tayyeba was suspected to carry out these blasts but now in the light of evidences, we believe that Abhinav Bharat may be involved in them,” said a home ministry official while talking to media.
He further said: “If the states are not making progress, we would like to work with them and convince them. We are going to convene a meeting of investigators handling about half a dozen such cases soon.”
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