Pakistan’s ISI-backed terror module busted, 3 arrested


Pakistan-Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) terror module was busted with the arrest of three people from Delhi and Kerala.

The special cell of the Delhi Police has arrested three suspects, including an Afghan national, for planning to kill senior Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders in Karnataka’s Mangaluru, with a motive of causing riots in the country. They also had several dignitaries from Delhi on their list.

The three suspects have been identified as Sonu alias Tahsim, Riayujdeen and Wali Mohammed Afghan. Wanted mobster Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company was allegedly behind the conspiracy to kill the political leaders.

One of the arrested suspects purportedly worked for a close aide of Dawood Ibrahim – Ghulam Rasool Patty. Dawood Ibrahim is suspected to have been hiding in Pakistan. Read More

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