Terrorists behind explosion in Darbhanga Station appeared in court on Friday

It had been said that Imran Malik AKA Imran Khan and his brother Mohammad Nasir Khan had planned to carry out terrorist activities across the country by terrorists from Lakshkar-e-Taiba.

On June 17 a chemical explosion occurred at the Darbhanga Station which was investigated by the NIA team on June 26, and based on the investigation, two terrorists, Imran Malik and Nasir Khan were arrested in Hyderabad on June 30.

The two terrorists appeared in the NIA court on Friday, and with an interrogation with the ATS, it has been alleged that the two terrorists were in touch with Pakistan and Lashkar-e-Taiba. In the NIA reports, the terrorists planned to explode the train and cause huge fatality, there was a glass bottle kept inside the parcel which was kept inside of the train by the two brothers, the blast occurred when the parcel were being taken off the train and the explosion occurred on the platform instead of inside the train, which led to the investigation by NIA.

It had been said that Imran Malik AKA Imran Khan and his brother Mohammad Nasir Khan had planned to carry out terrorist activities across the country by terrorists from Lakshkar-e-Taiba.

Imran and Nasir had packed the explosives in a cloth parcel, the package had been sent to  Datbhanga from Secunderabad on the Darbhanga Express, the motive was to cause massive loss of life and property by setting the bandwagon on fire.

After the arrest of the two terrorists, they sought help from the UP Police and based on the information provided by the NIA, police arrested Haji Salim and Kafil Ahmed who were residents if  Kairana and turned them over to the NIA in the case of package explosion at Darbhanga.

Nasir Khan was arrested in 2012 in Hyderabad and was trained with Lakshar Terrorists when he traveled to Pakistan to manufacture IED’s from chemicals. Whereas Imran was in contact with Lashkar-e-Taiba.

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