Srinagar: Making subsequent headway in the Delhi High Court blast that claimed 11 lives and left several injured last year, the investigative agencies have found certain leads that links the terrorist activity with cross border LoC trade.

The probe into the terror activity has revealed that the remote control switch and circuit used in the bomb blast was brought into the country by some cross border traders, who are presently under the needle of suspicion.

Sleuths say, the remote control used to trigger the explosion was similar to the one used in the 2011 Udhampur car blast and for the killing of Jamiat-ul-Hadis leader Maulana Shaukat.

Studying the remains of the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) used for the explosion, the officials investigating the case have found that the same IED, circuit and three-battery remote were used twice in Jammu and Kashmir blast. They claimed that similar three batteries remote was used to activate the IED in the bomb blast that killed one of the Army Major on Srinagar-Jammu national highway.

According to one of the senior J&K police officer, the three battery remote and circuit is powerful. Following its high range, terrorist can trigger the bomb from a safe distance.

Going by the information provided by the investigative agency, the technique was applied during the IED blast in Sangrama region adjacent to Sopor. However, due to high capacity jammer the bomb couldn’t explode.

The IED also called as roadside bomb was brought by a Pakistani named Sarvar to conduct the terrorist activity at Udhampur. Presently, Sarvar is absconding. He is also linked with the Delhi blast.