New Delhi: Following the arrest of six alleged members of the Indian Mujahideen terror outfit, the Delhi Police Special Cell raided arms and ammunition manufacturing factory which was being run by the IM module in Outer Delhi.

Getting strong leads from the six suspected IM operatives, the special cell on Friday unearthed the factory alleged to be run by one Mohd Irshad Khan in Meer Bahar area of Nangloi. The police have reportedly seized stockpiles of weapon parts and explosives from the site.

Special cell team headed by ACP Sanjeev Yadav under the leadership of DCP Ashok Chand had arrested Pakistani national Mohd Adil alias Ajmal, Mohd Qateel Siddiqui, Mohd Irshad Khan, Mohd Gauhar Aziz Khomani and Mohd Abdul Rehmani after carrying extensive operations in Chennai, Bihar and the national capital.

It is suspected that the accused were working under absconding IM chief MohdYaseen Ahmad alias Shahrukh who is carrying Rs 15 lakh reward on his head.

During interrogation, the accused disclosed their involvement in the German Bakery blasts in Pune, the Chinnaswamy Stadium explosion in Bangalore and Jama Masjid shooting prior to the Commonwealth Games in the capital in October 2010.

The accused further revealed that the conspiracy was hatched in Shahin Bagh area of South Delhi where they had taken shelter before the crime. While Siddiqui was the mastermind, Gauhar provided assistance in executing the crimes.

JPN/Bureau