New Delhi: The Special
Cell of Delhi Police on Wednesday said that it has arrested
Mustafa Lange's son in the Aug 1 Pune blast.
The accused who the Delhi police identified as Landge Irfan
Mustafa, 30, was arrested
near a bus stand in Jaipur Oct 10, police said.
"Mustafa was one of the other accused in the Pune blast. Till now
four terrorists involved in the Pune blast have been arrested and
two more are still absconding," said Special Commissioner of
Police (Special Cell) S.N. Srivastava.
Mustafa is undergoing 20 days of police custody, which ends Oct
On the contradictory, Mustafa Landge
while talking to an Urdu daily had claimed that his son Irfan was
detained by the Special Cell of Delhi Police on October 05 from
Thane near Mumbai.
Asad Khan, 33, and Imran Khan, 31 were arrested from south Delhi
Sep 26. The third alleged operative, Sayed Feroz alias Hamza, 38,
was arrested Oct 1 from the Nizamuddin Railway Station here.
"They had approached Delhi for a terrorist attack in festive
seasons. Around five kg of improvised explosive devices, 10
detonators and some incriminating materials were recovered from
them," claimed a police officer.
Interrogation of the three alleged terrorists led to the
identification of Mustafa after which he was apprehended, the
Explaining, about Mustafa's introduction with the other three
terrorists, Srivastava claimed that he came in contact with Imran,
who was his neighbour in Ahmednagar.
"In July 2007 his younger sister, Gohar, got married to Asad in
Aurangabad. This relation led to his frequent visit to Aurangabad
and he introduced Asad to Imran. While in mid 2010, he met Feroz,"
the officer said.
Mustafa worked in TVS ICS company as an engineer from January 2008
to May-June 2009. In 2011, he along with Asad and Imran started
real estate business in Aurangabad.