New Delhi: 6 Terrorists Trained By Pakistan’s ISI Arrested, Planned Festival Attacks
Pakistan's ISI-Trained Terror Module Busted In New Delhi, Planned Festival Attacks
The Special Cell of the Delhi police arrested six terrorists trained by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). They were planning to set off bombs during the festive season. The intelligence agency was working with Dawood Ibrahim’s brother to plan attacks during the festival season in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.
Special CP (Special Cell) Neeraj Thakur said, “We have arrested Jaan Mohammed Sheikh (47), a resident of Maharashtra; Osama alias Sami (22), a resident of Jamia Nagar; Moolchand alias Saaju (47), a resident of Rae Bareli; Zeeshan Qamar (28), a resident of Allahabad; Mohd Abu Bakar (23), a resident of Bahraich; and Mohd Amir Javed (31), a resident of Lucknow.”
Investigation reveals that the terror suspects were trained under a major or Lieutenant rank officer named Ghazi. There were two subordinates named Jabbar and Hamza: Delhi Police Special Cell Sources on Pak-organised terror module busted and six people arrested yesterday
— ANI (@ANI) September 15, 2021
He added, “Two of the accused, Osama and Zeeshan, got training this year in Pakistan and were getting instructions from the ISI. They were asked to conduct recce of suitable locations in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh for planting IEDs.”
Thakur further revealed that underworld operative Sameer, close contact of Dawood’s brother Anees Ibrahim. He was hired by a Pakistan-based person. Sameer connected with underworld operatives hiding in Pakistan to ensure delivery of IEDs, sophisticated weapons and grenades. They were then sent to different places in India.
An Underworld operative Jan Mohd Sheikh along with Moolchand was tasked by Pakistan-based Anees Ibrahim. They were to receive the same consignment in Delhi. Interrogation by the police of the culprits has revealed that Osama and Qamarhad travelled to Muscat first. From there they were taken to Pakistan by boat. The duo was then kept on a farmhouse in Pakistan for 15 days during which they were trained in firearms.