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Mumbai, Sep 30: Almost two months after the serial train blasts in Mumbai spread shockwaves across the country, the probe into the deadly blasts is finally complete.

The investigating agencies have evidence of foreign hand and the mastermind of the 7/11 blasts is believed to be from across the border.

"I am grateful to the people of Mumbai for keeping the peace after the blasts," said R R Patil, Deputy Chief Minister, Maharashtra.

Patil also congratulated the Mumbai police for cracking the case.

The full details of the investigations will be given at a press conference at 3 pm (IST) on Saturday.

More arrests

Meanwhile, the police have arrested Naved, a resident of Mira road in Thane, for his direct links with the blasts.

On Friday, four more men were arrested and sent to police custody till October 13. However, details of the charges against them are still unclear.

Sources have told NDTV that Mohammed Majid, the man arrested from Kolkata, is an active member of the LeT sleeper cell and may have links with the RDX haul in Aurangabad.

More arrests are likely in the future with the government claiming that the conspiracy has been solved.

A fast track court will be set up in the Mumbai train blasts case to ensure swift justice unlike in the case of the 1993 serial blasts, which has dragged on for 13 years.


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