A senior NIA official said that the work of the seven-member team from Bangladesh, which arrived here to probe the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh link into the October 2 blast, was almost completed and it was likely to leave on Sunday.
The Bangladeshi team held a discussion with NIA and exchanged information on the blast in which Bangladeshi jihadi elements were allegedly involved.
A large number of IEDs were recovered from the house in Burdwan’s Khagragarh where the blast had occurred.
Additional Director General Abu Hena Mustafa Kamal and Director Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) Abul Kalam Azad led the Bangladeshi team that told newspersons on its arrival on Friday that it would discuss the Burdwan blast case with NIA officials.
A large number of IEDs were recovered from the house in Burdwan’s Khagragarh where the blast had occurred. Two persons were killed in the incident.
An international terror network having interests in Bangladesh is suspected to have a hand in it and of the eight arrested so far in connection with the blast, most are nationals of that country.
The Bangladeshi team had already interacted with the four NIA officials, who visited Dhaka recently and handed over documents to them regarding presence of JMB in several districts of West Bengal.
NIA’s information had helped the Dhaka sleuths to nab four JMB suspects, including JMB women wing chief Fatema Begum, who is also the wife of Burdwan blast prime accused Sajid.