Dawood Suleman, the prime accused in the Mysuru court bomb blast which took place on August 1 was taken to the court premises for identification parade by the workers present at the court premises during the time of the blast.
After interrogating the accused at Lakshmipuram ACP’s office, Suleiman was taken to Police Commissioner’s office and was later escorted to the court for further inquest. The police have appealed to the court for a further date to produce the accused before the court. The police are likely to grill Suleiman further to extract more information.
Suleiman, a software engineer, working in Chennai, and his gang are alleged to be behind blasts at Madurai, Chittur, Nellur, Kollam and Mallapuram.
Recently, six members, including Suleiman, were arrested in Madurai by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in connection with bomb blasts carried out across the country including the one at Mysuru court.
Upon interrogation, the accused told the police they stayed in different areas of Mysuru before the blast.
The low intensity bomb blast near the court toilet premises had reportedly injured four people and the incident had left the Mysureans in a state of shock. The police department was on the trail of the accused for some time now. Sources said police are leaving no stone unturned to fix the accused.
Meanwhile, city police have tightened the security around the court premises.
NIA will take Suleiman back to Kerala today or tomorrow for further interrogation. He is expected to be produced at a Coimbatore court next week.