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CBI likely to file supplementary chargesheet

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, May 27 � The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is planning to file a supplementary chargesheet of the October 30, 2008 serial blasts and �some new facts relating to the blast came out following the questioning of Ranjan Daimary, the chairman of the anti-talk faction of the National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB).�

CBI sources said that questioning of Daimary lead to unearthing of vital information regarding the serial blasts and the Bureau would like to file a supplementary chargesheet incorporating all the facts. Sources pointed out the CBI had named Daimary as the prime accused in the serial blasts and �with the NDFB leader confessing his involvement, the stand of the CBI has been vindicated.�

Sources revealed that the CBI is trying to retrieve the e-mail communications of Daimary and found that he was communicating regularly with someone in Netherlands about the activities of the outfit. However, the identity of the person is yet to be ascertained.

Giving an account of the events leading to the serial blasts as revealed by Daimary, sources said that the NDFB carried out the blasts alone without taking help of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) or any other organization as alleged by certain sections. The plan was hatches in June when Daimary sent two of his trusted persons�Rahul Brahma and Nilam Daimary to study the situation on the ground. Rahul and Nilam went back to Bangla-desh after holding talks with some other leaders of the NDFB and later four persons went sent to Assam to carry out the task and the plan was chalked out in the residence of Dinthilang, the then commander in chief of the outfit in Srirampur area. Utmost care was taken to ensure that the information about the plan was not leaked out to anyone, Daimary told the CBI officials.

CBI sources said that during questioning, Daimary revealed some interesting facts about the routes used by the NDFB cadres to go to Bangladesh and to enter India whenever required. Sources said that the NDFB cadres used different routes, mostly along the Garo Hills-Bangladesh border to move in and out of Bangladesh. There are touts on both sides of the international border who take money to facilitate crossing of the international border. It is the responsibility of the touts to carry out surveys to find out safe routes for trans-border movement.

Sources further said that during his stay in Bangladesh, he was using a driving licence in the name of Abraham Momin and a passport in the name of BP Choudhury. His family members are still in Bangladesh and his children are due to appear in examinations in June. Efforts would be made to bring them to India after the examinations are over, sources added.

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CBI likely to file supplementary chargesheet

GUWAHATI, May 27 � The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is planning to file a supplementary chargesheet of the October 30, 2008 serial blasts and �some new facts relating to the blast came out following the questioning of Ranjan Daimary, the chairman of the anti-talk faction of the National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB).�

CBI sources said that questioning of Daimary lead to unearthing of vital information regarding the serial blasts and the Bureau would like to file a supplementary chargesheet incorporating all the facts. Sources pointed out the CBI had named Daimary as the prime accused in the serial blasts and �with the NDFB leader confessing his involvement, the stand of the CBI has been vindicated.�

Sources revealed that the CBI is trying to retrieve the e-mail communications of Daimary and found that he was communicating regularly with someone in Netherlands about the activities of the outfit. However, the identity of the person is yet to be ascertained.

Giving an account of the events leading to the serial blasts as revealed by Daimary, sources said that the NDFB carried out the blasts alone without taking help of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) or any other organization as alleged by certain sections. The plan was hatches in June when Daimary sent two of his trusted persons�Rahul Brahma and Nilam Daimary to study the situation on the ground. Rahul and Nilam went back to Bangla-desh after holding talks with some other leaders of the NDFB and later four persons went sent to Assam to carry out the task and the plan was chalked out in the residence of Dinthilang, the then commander in chief of the outfit in Srirampur area. Utmost care was taken to ensure that the information about the plan was not leaked out to anyone, Daimary told the CBI officials.

CBI sources said that during questioning, Daimary revealed some interesting facts about the routes used by the NDFB cadres to go to Bangladesh and to enter India whenever required. Sources said that the NDFB cadres used different routes, mostly along the Garo Hills-Bangladesh border to move in and out of Bangladesh. There are touts on both sides of the international border who take money to facilitate crossing of the international border. It is the responsibility of the touts to carry out surveys to find out safe routes for trans-border movement.

Sources further said that during his stay in Bangladesh, he was using a driving licence in the name of Abraham Momin and a passport in the name of BP Choudhury. His family members are still in Bangladesh and his children are due to appear in examinations in June. Efforts would be made to bring them to India after the examinations are over, sources added.