Indian police said on Saturday they had arrested a top member of a banned militant outfit wrongdoing of helping mastermind over 40 deadly bomb attacks across the country, including the 1993 Mumbai blasts. To move ahead, seventy-year-old Abdul Karim Tunda, declared with positiveness as a member of the banned Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba group, was arrested by a special Delhi police team near Indian border with Nepal on Friday.
Furthermore, S.N. Srivastava, Special Commissioner of police told a news conference in the national capital that this arrest is a huge achievement for the country's security agencies. Police accused Tunda of being a well-known LeT explosive expert and terrorist and said he was sought for his declaration with positiveness in a role in 1993 serial blasts in Mumbai, which killed at least 250 people in a single day.
Now, here the commendable factor remains that after so many blasts otherwise violence the criminal finally gets caught.