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Atif, Junaid planted bombs in GK

delhi Updated: Dec 19, 2008 00:36 IST
Sumit Saxena
Sumit Saxena
Hindustan Times
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The Delhi police filed the second charge sheet in the Greater Kailash bomb blast case on Thursday. Police have alleged Atif Ameen and Junaid planted the bomb at two separate locations in the busy Greater Kailash-I market in South Delhi.

They had filed the first charge sheet in connection with the Karol Bagh case on Thursday.

Police accused Mohammed Saif, Mohammed Sakeel, Saquib Nisar, Zia-ur-Rehman and Zeeshan Javed of conspiring and executing the bomb blast at GK. They have been charged, specifically for the blast in Greater Kailash-I (GK-I), with various offences, including waging war against the state and attempt to murder, under the Indian Penal Code, the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Explosives Substance Act. The accused have not been charged for murder as no one died in the GK blast.

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Kaveri Baweja will consider the chargesheet on December 20.

Zia-ur-Rehman, Saqib Nissar and Mohammad Shakeel, natives of Azamgarh district in Uttar Pradesh, were arrested from Batla House in Jamia Nagar. Mohd Saif and Zeeshan were arrested by the Delhi Police Special Cell on September 19.

Police alleged that Junaid was present inside Batla House Junaid was at L-18 when Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma and a constable from Special Cell barged. After firing at Sharma Junaid ran out of the door, which was unguarded. He took the advantage of the chaos in the building and fled the spot with other associate.

Atif and Junaid together did the recce of Greater Kailash Atif chose the dustbin amid the car parking as the suitable location to cause maximum damage. After planting the bomb there he clicked pictures from his cell phone recovered from the police from their residence.

LeT Kashmir Head in constant touch with Amir Raza Khan Police said Abu –Al-Kama from LeT, head of Kashmir operation was in constant touch with Amir Raza Khan, and had went out his anger for the bombs which did not explode in Gujarat and Delhi.