Delhi Police has announced a reward of Rs 15 lakh for anyone providing information on elusive Indian Mujahideen operative Yasin Bhatkal, alias Imran, allegedly said to be a kingpin of the terror attacks in country.
On Monday, the special cell of Delhi police had a major breakthrough with the arrest of six suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives, including a Pakistan national, who were allegedly involved in blasts at German Bakery in Pune, Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore and Delhi's Jama Masjid shoot out.
"Delhi police commissioner B K Gupta has announced a cash reward of Rs 15 lakh for information on Ahmed Siddi Bappa Zarar, alias Sharukh, alias Yasin Ahmed, alias Imran," said a senior police official.
The police official further informed that Yasin (27), a resident of Bhatkal in Karnataka, is an Indian Muzahiddin operative, wanted in three cases in Delhi apart from him being wanted in other cases.
"He is charged under several Sections of Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, Arms Act, Passport Act, Explosives Substances Act, Information Technology Act and Indian Penal Code," said a police official.