Patna, Nov 6 (IBNS) The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has reportedly claimed it has cracked the serial blasts case at Mahabodhi temple in Bihar's Bodh Gaya town and that the Ranchi module of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM) is behind the incident.
"Intelligence sources have confirmed that the Indian Mujahideen´s Ranchi module was behind the blasts," reported CNN-IBN on Wednesday.
"This is the same group that was behind the Gandhi Maidan blasts in Patna, which occurred on October 27 during BJP PM nominee Narendra Modi´s Hunkaar rally in the city," said the news channel.
"Sources say that documents with plans and names of the planters were recovered in Ranchi with other items on Tuesday," it said.
Ten blasts rocked the Mahabodhi temple on July 7 which left two people injured.
Six people were killed and over 80 others were injured in a series of crude bomb explosions before Modi´s Hunkar Rally at Gandhi Maidan in Bihar´s Patna city on Oct 27.
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