A dispatch of AK-22 rifles and some little arms was conveyed to the aggressors in mango wicker container a month prior to the fear assault on the Holey Artisan Bakery in the upscale suburb of Gulshan in Dhaka.
The aggressors utilized three AK-22 rifles as a part of the Gulshan assault, though another rifle was utilized for the security of New Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) boss Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, reports the Dhaka Tribune.
Dhaka Police examiners asserted that they have at long last possessed the capacity to outline the course of the snuck arms.
Head of the Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC), Monirul Islam said that they have at long last taken in the wellspring of the AK-22s supply and have been likewise ready to distinguish the gathering principally.
He said that these AK-22 rifles, recouped at various times in drives, predominantly entered Bangladesh through the Chapainawabganj fringe, including that the transfer was then sent to Dhaka inside mango wicker container.
The relegation was gotten by missing new JMB pioneer Nurul Islam Marjan in Dhaka, who then conveyed it to the Bashundhara neighborhood.
"A lot of mangoes came to Dhaka from Chapainawabganj in wicker bin at the time and the aggressors exploited that to escape law masters," the Dhaka Tribune cited Islam, as saying.
He said that drives are in progress to capture Marjan and different puzzles of such arms carrying will be tackled not long after his capture.
Islam said that an aggregate of Tk20 lakh came to Bangladesh in two stages through Hundi. The asset was gotten by a man named Chocolate assumed name Basharuzzaman, who was a nearby partner of slaughtered pioneer Tamim Chowdhury for the New JMB boss.
No less than five aggressors had entered the Holey Artisan Bakery on July 1, with unrefined bombs, cleavers, guns, and took a few dozen prisoners, including outsiders and local people.
Taking all things together, 29 individuals were murdered, including 20 prisoners (18 outsiders and two Bangladesh nationals), two cops, five shooters and two bread kitchen staff.