Kishtwar: Six days after the Delhi High Court blast, another team of National Investigation Agency (NIA) reached here on Sunday to probe the e-mail link with the blast.

It is probable that Kishtwar police has traced some important clues which could be helpful in making headway into the investigation. Sources say, the NIA team, is in the town to assist the local police in cracking the technical bottlenecks into the leads.

The NIA team is being led by a SSP rank officer, which reached here on Tuesday.

Last Thursday, NIA team led by SP Shiv Kumar Sharma visited Kishtwar and returned back on Friday after scrutinising the cyber cafe records from where an e-mail was sent claiming responsibility for the Delhi HC blast on September 7.

It is being said that the Kishtwar police has lodged an FIR in Delhi HC blast case, but has not mentioned any name yet.

The local police has also released majority of people who were interrogated in connection with the case.

Presently, only two people, Shariqh Bhatt and Abid are in detention and are being quizzed from the last three days.

In order to maintain the secrecy of the investigation, special cell comprising of DIG, ASP and NIA officials has been set up. None of the police officials are revealing about any development made by the sleuths in the case.

It needs to be mentioned that few hours after the blast outside Delhi High Court on September 7, HuJI militants claimed the responsibility of the attack by sending an e-mail.

Investigations revealed that the e-mail was sent from Global cyber cafe, Kishtwar. Probing into the matter, a three-member team comprising of NIA officers and experts arrived Kishtwar on Thursday to scrutinize the cyber cafe records and sealed it.

JPN/Bureau