Mohammad Hakim, a suspected Indian Mujahideen militant who was arrested by UP Police in connection with serial blasts in the national capital, will be taken on a transit remand by Delhi police soon, a senior officer said in New Delhi on Saturday.
Hakim, a suspected Indian Mujahideen militant who is wanted by the Delhi police for September 13 blasts and carries carries a reward of Rs one lakh on his head, was arrested by the UP Anti-Terrorism Squad yesterday.
ADG law and order, Brij Lal told reporters here that a Delhi police team would be reaching the state capital soon to take Hakim on transit remand.
Lal said that the accused, who hails from Azamgarh, was not only involved in planning of the Delhi serial blasts but had also provided logistic support to the executioners.
Hakim is also wanted by the Maharashtra police in connection with a case under the Arms Act and Bombay Police Act, the officer said adding that a team of Maharashtra police is already camping in the state capital.
The accused is a final year student at a private engineering college here, he said.
A pulser motorcycle, driving license and student identity card was recovered from him.
The ADG said that Hakim has admitted that he knew several members of the IM like Atif, Zeeshan, Sadab, Asadullah among others.