GUWAHATI: Delhi Police's Special Cell on Tuesday, has revealed that the Pakistan-sponsored terror operatives arrested were planning to repeat a 1993 Bombay blast-like attack and had identified multiple locations for the same.
According to reports, the police had also recovered about 1.5 kg of RDX from the arrested terrorists.
The accused, identified as Jaan Mohammad Sheikh (47) alias ''Sameer'', Osama (22), Moolchand (47), Zeeshan Qamar (28), Mohd Abu Bakar (23) and Mohd Amir Javed (31), were arrested following raids in Delhi and parts of Uttar Pradesh.
Earlier on September 15, six suspected terrorists who were arrested on the charges of planning terror attacks in Maharashtra, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh during the upcoming festival season, were produced before a court and remanded to police custody for 14 days.
Delhi police's special cell had received information that major terror attacks were being planned in some cities of the country following which the police department swung into action and arrested the six persons on suspicion.
As per a media report, two teams were formed by the terrorists and one of the teams was being coordinated by Dawood Ibrahim's brother Anees Ibrahim. Two of the terrorists had even gone to Pakistan and took training in a warehouse.