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Advani claims breakthrough

By Our Special Correspondent

AHMEDABAD April 6. The Deputy Prime Minister, L.K. Advani, today claimed that the investigating agencies had achieved "breakthrough" in solving the Nadimarg massacre, Mumbai train blasts and the Haren Pandya murder cases.

He did not give the details or the hands behind the cases stating that the Government wanted to "reach the culprits".

Though he did not name the killers, Mr. Advani hinted that Pandya's killers could be the same terrorist gangs responsible for the Nandimarg massacre and the Mumbai train blasts.

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