New Delhi/Pune, Nov 30 (IBNS): Police on Wednesday released a photo of banned terror outfit Indian Mujahideen's (IM) alleged India head Imran, who is suspected to have masterminded the German Bakery blast in Pune.
The photo pf Imran that was released by the police on Wednesday showed him leaving behind a bag with a bomb in it at the German Bakery.
According to sources, the cops are trying to track Imran.
Six suspected operatives of banned terror outfit IM, including a Pakistani, were arrested from different cities in India over the past couple of days, media reports said on Wednesday.
The Delhi Police arrested Mohammad Siddiqui and Gaffar Aziz from the national capital. Two suspected IM operatives identified as Jameel and Azmal were arrested from Madhubani in Bihar, while another two Abdul and Irshad Khan were nabbed from Chennai.
All six men were allegedly linked to several terror cases, including German Bakery blast in Pune, Chinnaswamy Stadium blast in Bangalore and Jama Masjid shooting in New Delhi.
On 13 February 2010 a bomb exploded at the German Bakery in Pune, killing seventeen people, and injuring at least 60 more, including an Italian woman, two Sudanese students and an Iranian student.