A team of Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad officers tracked down the IP address from which the Indian Mujahideen e-mail claiming responsibility for the Varanasi attack was sent to the Interface Building at Bangur Nagar in Goregaon (West).
ATS officers entered the building, which houses the offices of a telecom giant, at midnight and were there until the time of going to press. They did not allow anybody to enter the building.
A unit of the Anti-Terrorism Squad and local police officers were inspecting the offices of a telecom company at Goregaon last night following a low-intensity blast at Varanasi. At the time of going to press the team of cops was still inside the building and refused to divulge any further details
The e-mail, sources in the ATS said, was fed on the system on December 6 and was programmed to be sent after the blast yesterday.
"A team of officials is present at the spot and is investigating the e-mail," said Police Commissioner Sanjeev Dayal.