Blasts case: Police find incriminating documents
The city Crime Branch, investigating the serial blasts case, has recovered some incriminating documents thrown away 'by a blasts suspect' on how to conduct terror training camps.india Updated: Sep 02, 2008 20:07 IST
The city Crime Branch, investigating the serial blasts case, has recovered some incriminating documents thrown away "by a blasts suspect" on how to conduct terror training camps, Crime Branch officials on Tuesday said.
Police recovered the documents from a well near Sidi Sayeed's Mosque in the city.
"We hauled up huge literature in Urdu, Hindi and Gujarati languages on the basis of eyewitness information that a big packet had been dropped in the well by a man after the blasts," Assistant Superintendent of Police of Crime Branch Himanshu Shukla said.
Though most of it was commonly available in the market, some documents were very alarming, he said. The police have found one report called `Nishan-e-Raha' authored by Mufti Abu Bashir, who is the alleged mastermind behind the city serial blasts.
"There are camp manuals probably designed for SIMI cadres. They have detailed descriptions on how to plan and conduct a terror training camp. A booklet describes how narcoanalysis is conducted by police," Shukla said.
Police claimed that the literature might have been thrown in a well by one of the blasts accused who is yet to be arrested.