New Delhi: Indian Mujahideen (IM), suspected to be behind the Bodh Gaya serial blasts, has reportedly threatened to target India’s financial capital Mumbai. The claim has been made through an account on social networking site Twitter, which purportedly belongs to the terrorist outfit.


The same account had claimed the responsibility for July 7 blasts in Bodh Gaya temple town.

The tweet claiming the reasonability of blasts reads: “We carried out the nine blasts”

According to news reports a tweet dated July 6, a day before the Bihar blasts, reads: “Our next target is Mumbai. Stop us if you can. Seven days left.”  

The investigators involved in probe have also hinted at the involvement of banned terror outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM). The preliminary probe has found a timer device and traces of ammonium nitrate similar to that used by IM modules in some previous attacks in the country.


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