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Two held for blast threat in Ranchi

Monday September 26, 2011 08:03:47 AM, IANS

Ranchi: Two youths were Sunday arrested for creating panic by pasting posters threatening blasts in this Jharkhand capital in the name of a "terror group", police said Sunday.

"Soaib Ansari, one of the arrested youth, created a terror group 'Abdullah Muzzahuddin'," Senior Superintendent of Police Saket Kumar Singh told reporters.

"Ansari, a resident of Latehar district, works as a salesman. His father was killed by Maoists one year ago on charges of being a police informer. Ansari wanted to kill a few Maoist guerrillas," he added.

Ansari was arrested along with Mohammad Sajid from Hindpiri locality of Ranchi.

The Ranchi police got baffled early this week after a few posters found in the name of 'Abdullah Muzzahuddin' threatened serial blasts in the city.

The posters had said: "Beware people of Ranchi. Our men have spread across the city. There will be blasts at several places of Ranchi."




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