Terrorism has slowly made its way back into the city after its long hiatus, and a recent small-scale blast at Darbhanga Railway Station in Bihar turned heads and saw terrorism enforcements back on their feet. The NIA and their teams were in the city after the bomb blasts and conducting search operations.
Their operation has progressed as the NIA conducted a search operation at two residents and arrested two Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists Mohammed Nasir Khan and Imran Malik, in New Mallepally under the Habeebnagar police station limits. The suspects are also arrested in connection with the parcel blast on June 17. The search operation led NIA to find suspicious objects in their place and multiple devices and also software that could prevent any call barring or tapping.
On instructions from their handler back in Pakistan, the duo made an IED ( Improvised Explosive Device) and parcelled it in a cloth. This IED was kept in the Secunderabad-Darbhanga Express to cause a high-level blast with large-scale loss. However, the parcel of IED exploded at the platform, and a case was registered at the Darbhanga station, but since this attack could be bigger and this blast could lead to many things, the involvement of NIA has helped the arrest happen, and investigation of Imran and Nasir is underway.