Delhi Blast: Kashmiri Medical Student Held for Questioning

New Delhi: The Indian Security Agency (NIA) has arrested a Kashmiri medical student in connection to the conspiracy behind the Delhi high court blast in September which killed 15 people and injured over 70.

Official sources told Newsblaze that Wasim Ahmed, a student of Unani Medicine in Bangaldesh, was being questioned by the NIA in connection with the blast.

However, there has been no official word on whether Wasim was arrested near the Indo-Bangla border or the authorities in Dhaka had handed him over.

“Information about Wasim was given by Azhar Ali, an overground worker of Hizb, who has been in the Kotbalwal Jail in Jammu since 2009” the sources said adding that Wasim was also quizzed about the whereabouts of Hizbul Mujahideen operative Junaid Akram, who is believed to be one of the key conspirators in the Delhi blast.

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