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PCs from cyber cafe seized

india Updated: Nov 26, 2007 01:57 IST

The special cell of Delhi Police have seized computers from the Laxmi Nagar cyber café from where the terrorists had reportedly shot off an e-mail minutes before the serial blasts rocked Uttar Pradesh.

The police said that they have let off the owner of the café Subhash Satija after a thorough interrogation. "We have confiscated the ten computers and have sent them to the forensic laboratory," said a senior police officer.

The sleuths were, however, still interrogating the two caretakers of the cyber café Manish and Chandan on Sunday. "The cyber café employees are not being able to provide us with conclusive details in the case so we have to interrogate them further," said the officer. The register containing the details of the visitors at the cyber café has also been seized.

Meanwhile, the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and UP STF have been probing the role of Mohammad Tuffail Hussaini, who is also wanted in the cases of serial blasts in various trains in 1993. A native of Sandila, Hardoi district, Tuffail is carrying a reward of Rs 25,000 from CBI.

The Lucknow police raided 'Faizi travel agency' in Aminabad owned by Tuffail's brother Fuzail. They seized computers and other documents from the place and arrested Kusail and three others.