Puthiya: Mumbai serial blasts probe has thrown open some startling revelations. The investigators have picked up some crucial facts related to prime suspect Riyazul.

The sleuths have come to know that Riyazul alias Akash Khan, who was arrested from Kishanganj in Bihar, has bank accounts in 18 different cities of the country.

Police has recovered ATM card of Central Bank of India and State Bank of India. His Central Bank account had an amount of Rs 33, 363. The records of transactions done through his State Bank of India ATM card reveals that he did withdraw some amount.

Apart from bank accounts, the investigators have also checked the call details of Riyazul’s phone numbers. It was found in the inquiry that Riyazul contacted people in Nepal, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kishanganj and Patna.

At the time arrest police recovered four mobiles and 2 additional SIM cards from Riyazul.

Riyazul belongs to Malekhan village of Dhaka, Bangladesh. But his brother and mother lives in South Dinajpur district of West Bengal. According to police, he left Bangladesh in the year 2000 and came to India.

After that, he stayed in major cities of the country like Mumbai, Gujrat, Srinagar, Delhi, Kolkata and Karnataka. Two months back he visited Siliguri in West Bengal. Later he went to Paukhali village of Kishanganj district in Bihar where he stayed at Mahtab's place.

After collecting the vital clues from Kishanganj, the investigators have left for Delhi. Riyazul's photograph will be matched with the suspects of Mumbai terrorist attack.

(JPN/Bureau)