More than a month after the serial blasts in Mumbai, the Maharashtra government has told the Centre that its investigations were moving in the right direction and the case would be cracked in some time.
This was conveyed to Union Home Secretary VK Duggal by the Maharashtra Chief Secretary and Director General of Police, sources in the Ministry said on Thursday.
The chief secretary and DGP were scheduled to brief Duggal on the follow up at a review meeting in New Delhi some time back, but could not make it because of their preoccupation with flood situation in the state. Chief of Anti-Terrorist Squad KP Raghuvanshi had briefed Duggal on the progress of investigations.
However, the chief secretary and DGP conveyed to the Union Home Secretary that they were on the job and would crack the case in some time.
The Mumbai police has busted some LeT modules operating in the city since the blasts but are yet to unmask the module that executed the July 11 blasts.