Pakistan's connection to Darbhanga blast, Imran and Nasir arrested from Hyderabad

New Delhi: A 'Pakistan connection' has come to light in the blast at Darbhanga railway station. Two Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists have been arrested from Hyderabad in connection with the case. The terrorists wanted to explode in the train running on the track. The conspiracy was hatched by Lashkar militants sitting in Pakistan.  Two terrorists from Shamli in UP have been arrested from Hyderabad in the case. Their names are Imran Malik and Mohammad Nasir. Two more accused have also been arrested from Shamli earlier. Many security and intelligence agencies in the country are investigating the entire case.

Pakistani intelligence agency ISI's operation 'Burning Train' has been revealed. A plan was made to cause a train accident by detonating liquid bombs in a large-scale train and breaking railway tracks. The accused arrested from Hyderabad in the parcel bomb blast on the Darbhanga train are residents of Shamli. According to media reports, the man named Salim who is being questioned by the central agency in Shamli had recruited the accused arrested in Hyderabad. Salim has gone to Pakistan several times. The accused disclosed in interrogation that a blast was carried out on a train in Darbhanga at the behest of Iqbal Kana who was in Pakistan.

Iqbal Kana, the mastermind of the blast, is a resident of Kairana in UP, but moved to Pakistan years ago and was looking after fake currency work of ISI from there, but is now recruiting people in UP along with Lashkar-e-Taiba and targeting Indian Railways. They are dreaded to be involved in several train accidents.

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