2008 serial blasts in Delhi: Main bomber in 2008 Delhi blasts nabbed in Nepal | Delhi News
NEW DELHI: Indian intelligence companies have nabbed Mohammad Ariz Khan, aka Junaid, a outstanding Indian Mujahideen member and the alleged important executioner of the 2008 serial blasts in Delhi, Jaipur and Ahmedabad that killed 165 folks and left greater than 535 injured.
Ariz had managed to flee from the Batla Home flat throughout the 2008 police encounter by which inspector Mohan Chand Sharma was shot useless. Intelligence companies caught up with Ariz in Nepal, the place he was held together with an aide, Abdul Subhan Qureshi, aka Tauqeer.
Ariz, an skilled bomber, has been handed over to the Delhi Police. He carried a reward of Rs 15 lakh and an Interpol red-corner discover had been issued in opposition to him.
Swinging between India, Nepal and Saudi Arabia, Ariz had managed to dodge investigators for round a decade earlier than he and Tauqeer had been noticed in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, by sleuths of an intelligence evaluation unit in December 2016.
On September 13, 2008, Ariz and his affiliate had allegedly planted IEDs at M-Block Market, Better Kailash and different locations in Delhi. Round 30 folks had been killed and over 100 had been injured within the serial blasts that occurred on the GK market, Karol Bagh and Connaught Place. 4 unexploded IEDs had been later recovered from Connaught Place, India Gate and Parliament Road.
Ariz and Tauqeer returned to Nepal in March 2017 and have been in that nation since. Indian companies lastly closed in on them final December. Whereas Tauqeer was delivered to India in early January, Delhi Police formally arrested Ariz from Banbasa, on Indo-Nepal border, on Tuesday. A 3rd suspect can be being questioned and is more likely to be arrested within the coming days, sources mentioned.