NIA arrested two brothers from Hyderabad in Darbhanga railway station blast case. Hyderabad News – Times of India

Hyderabad: NIA arrested two brothers from Hyderabad Darbhanga railway station terrorist blast case. While the explosion took place on June 17, no casualties were reported.
NIA team camping in Hyderabad on Wednesday evening arrested Mohammad Nasir Khan and his brother Imran Malik Uttar Pradesh Regarding Darbhanga railway station blast.
Bhai is in the business of readymade garments and Nasir has been working from Hyderabad for more than two decades.
After a bottle containing an unidentified chemical hidden in a clothing parcel at Darbhanga railway station platform number 2 exploded after unloading it from the luggage compartment of the train, investigators traced the people who booked the parcel at Secunderabad railway station.
According to the NIA, “Muddat Sufiyan had booked a parcel for himself from Secunderabad”.
The PAN card produced by the person who booked the parcel turned out to be forged, but the mobile number mentioned by the accused at the time of booking the parcel along with the CCTV footage near the railway station provided important clues in making it void. Two brothers living in Mallepally, Hyderabad.
The NIA showed the arrest of the brothers under sections 3, 4 and 5 at 3.30 pm on Wednesday. Explosive Substances Act.
NIA officials confirmed that both will be taken to Patna on transit remand.


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