Members of "Mujahideen-e Khalq" deny intent to commit explosion in Tehran
Two arrested gang members of "Mujahideen-e Khalq" denied intent to commit an explosion in Tehran June 10-20, on the anniversary of the last presidential elections, Press TV reported.
According to available information, the arrested confessed that the process of making bombs was described in the e-mails of two women living in Sweden and Great Britain.
June 13 Minister of National Security Heidar Moslehi has accused France, Britain and Sweden of supporting the group.
The headquarters of the group "Mujahideen-e Khalq" is in the Iraqi city of Ashraf for 30 years. It is included in the" black list "of terrorist groups in the U.S. and Europe.