14 Feb 2010,
Highly places sources say that the terror outfit Indian Mujahideen, the group blamed for a string of bomb blasts in major cities in 2008, is their another suspect in Saturday's (February 13) Pune blast, which killed nine and injured 45 others.
Sources said that the evidence that was gathered from the blast site showed traits of a Indian Mujahideen attack. This terrorist outfit has over the years developed a strong network across the state and is reportedly believed to have a cell in Pune as well.
The IM has been blamed for serial blasts in Varanasi, Faizabad and Lucknow on November on November 23, 2007 that killed 13 people.
The Indian Mujahidden is also reportedly responsible for the explosions in Jaipur in May 2008, which killed 63 people and also the serial attacks in Ahmedabad in July 26 the same year, which lead to 46 deaths.
Terror struck Pune as a powerful bomb ripped apart a popular bakery near a Jewish prayer house, killing nine people and injuring 45 in the first major attack since 26/11 carnage. The improvised explosive device, kept in an unattended packet outside the kitchen of the German bakery, exploded at around 7.30 pm when a waiter attempted to open it.
The German bakery is a favourite food joint for foreigners, located close to Osho Ashram which had been surveyed by Pakistani-origin American David Coleman Headley, a Lashkar-e Taiba operative. Times