Alwar, July 17 (ANI): Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde on Wednesday said some important clues have been found in the Bodh Gaya blasts, and added that the investigation is being done seriously.
"We have received the sketches. The investigation is being done seriously. Even if I get the clue I do not disclose it because disclosing the clues interrupts the investigation," he told the media here after laying the foundation stone for CRPF's 'Mahila' battalion base here.
Shinde earlier last week said the Central Government is considering the request for deployment of Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel at Bodh Gaya temple in Bihar after the serial blasts there.
Shinde, who visited Bodh Gaya along with Congress President Sonia Gandhi, said the government will consider CISF security for holy sites.
The two leaders met officials of the investigation agencies and Bihar Government during which they reviewed the security arrangements after blasts in the temple complex.
The Home Minister after the review meeting said the probe is on by NIA, and added that the investigators would look at all possible angles into the blast.
Shinde informed that cylinders filled with ball bearing were planted at the temple in the night.
The Nitish Kumar Government in Bihar had come under sharp criticism following the terror strike in the Mahabodhi temple complex.
The NIA is probing the serial blasts, which rocked the temple town of Bodh Gaya on July 7. Two monks were injured in the nine low intensity blasts.
Security agencies suspect that Indian Mujahideen may be behind the multiple blasts. No group has so far claimed responsibility for the blasts. (ANI)