India has sought from Saudi Arabia deportation of Fasih Mehmood against whom Interpol issued a Red Corner notice for being allegedly involved in two blasts in Bangalore and Delhi in 2010.
Official sources on Sunday said the non-bailable warrant against the 28-year-old engineer from Bihar along with the arrest warrant issued by the World Police organisation was sent through diplomatic channel to Saudi government seeking his deportation.
Fasih is accused by Karnataka and Delhi police of being involved in Chinnaswamy stadium (Bangalore) and Jama Masjid blasts in April and September 2010 respectively.
The Interpol issued the notice against him for offences of terrorism and crimes involving the use of weapons and explosives, Interpol's official website said.
The deportation request was sent as Fasih is understood to have been detained in Saudi after his alleged role in the blasts surfaced, the sources said.
They said that according to the terrorists of banned outfit Indian Mujahideen arrested during last nine months, he allegedly played a role in the September 2010 Jama Masjid blasts and also helped in providing shelter to terrorists of this group.