While the Mumbai Police on Tuesday filed a chargesheet against Indian Mujahideen (IM) men for hacking into unsecure WiFi connections to send terror e-mails,it was unclear what action would be taken in the case of the e-mail sent by the outfit by hacking into US national Kenneth Haywoods WiFi account. The IM chargesheet makes no mention of Haywoods case.
We have not mentioned anything as the offence was not registered with us. It is now up to the relevant investigating agencies,the ATS or the Navi Mumbai Police,to seek the IM members and file a chargesheet in the Haywood case, said Assistant Commissioner of Police (Crime Branch) Ashok Duraphe,who is the investigating officer of the IM case.
However,neither the ATS nor the Navi Mumbai Police were able to provide satisfactory answers. Though the crime had occurred in jurisdiction of the Navi Mumbai police commissionerate,the actual crime of the bomb blasts had taken place in Gujarat. We have not registered any case as the state ATS is looking into this, said Navi Mumbai Police Commissioner Ramrao Wagh.