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Rajasthan ATS team headed by an Additional Superintendent of Police on Sunday left for the national capital to interrogate Indian Mujahideen...

Rajasthan cops head for Delhi to quiz Salman

JAIPUR: Rajasthan ATS team headed by an Additional Superintendent of Police on Sunday left for the national capital to interrogate Indian Mujahideen militant Salman who was arrested by the Uttar Pradesh Police for his alleged involvement in the serial blasts here two years ago.

Salman alias Chotu is wanted by Rajasthan Anti-Terrorist Squad in connection with the serial bomb blasts which took place in the city on May 13,2008.

“Salman was one of the 10 accused who planted bombs in Jaipur,” ATS ASP Satyendra Singh said over phone.

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“All the accused had reached Jaipur in three groups in Volvo buses from New Delhi on May 13,2008,planted bombs at 10 places in the walled city area,and left for New Delhi in Shatabdi Express the very day before the blast,” the ASP said.

“Three accused in the Jaipur bomb blasts case identified as Saif,Sarwar and Sefur Rehman have already been arrested who are lodged in Tihar,Jaipur and Ahmedabad jails,respectively,” Singh said.

Class X Board exam: Over 20,000 students skip Hindi paper

MUZAFFARNAGAR: Over 20,000 examinees of Class X Uttar Pradesh Board exams from eight districts did not appear for the compulsory Hindi paper. According to Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education,of the 20,135 absent students,2,704 were from Muzaffarnagar,Meerut (3,782),Ghaziabad (3,019),Noida (1,538),Bullandshahar (3,083),Saharanpur (2,506),Bijnore (2,094) and Baghpat (1,319) districts. The Board will look into the matter,said an official. It is compulsory to pass in Hindi to get through the Board examination,West zone Board Secretary Y N Singh said.

First published on: 08-03-2010 at 02:12:38 am
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