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Indian police still look for sender of email claiming Delhi blast

(Xinhua)

15:34, September 13, 2011

NEW DELHI, Sept. 13 (Xinhua) -- Indian police are still looking for the real sender of an email claiming responsibility for the bomb attack at the Delhi High court last Wednesday which killed 13 people and injured some 90, reported the local daily Indian Express Tuesday.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) of India has deputed one of its senior officers, Superintendent of Police S. P. Pani, to Kishtwar in Indian-controlled Kashmir to find the "real sender" of the email, said the report.

The email claimed the involvement of Harkat-ul-Jihad Islami ( HuJI) group in the blast and was traced to a cybercafe in Kishtwar in Kashmir.

Police arrested the owner, his brother, and an employee along with a college student who was initially suspected to have sent the mail. Following interrogation, however, all four were released.

Two other youngsters who had used the cafe around the time the email was sent were picked up, but they too were released.

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