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ISI BEHIND 2009 JAMMU BUS STAND BLAST, REVEALS ARRESTED PAKISTANI TERRORIST

National Desk; Delhi police have arrested 40-year-old Mohammad Ashraf, who lives in Pakistan’s Punjab province, on suspicion of plotting to assassinate ISI and planning a terrorist attack in Laxmi Nagar. he did.

At the same time, the arrested defendant made several shocking revelations about the police investigation. According to sources, during the explosion outside the High Court in 2011, he was the one who made the recce of the Supreme Court. Ashraf, a Pakistani terrorist accused, was shown a photograph of the suspect involved in the blast, and Ashraf then told him he had made a recall of the Supreme Court. Whether he was involved in the explosion or not, it will become clear when he is investigated.

Mohammad Ashraf lived in India for ten years
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Prodod Singh Kushwaha said Mohammad Ashraf, unknown as Ali, came to India via Bangladesh and lived in India for ten years for obtaining Indian IDs with fake documents. The deputy police commissioner said he was arrested on Monday night. She introduced herself as Maulana. According to Kushwaha, after completing his studies, Ashraf was directly employed by a Pakistani intelligence agency and trained for six months. Officials say Ashraf was in contact with his ISI boss Naseer, who used to inform him of the planned terrorist attacks. According to officials, Ashraf has changed from six to six in ten years. He did not stay in one place for long and even married a woman here to get documents. According to police, an AK-47 rifle exploded on the spot
More arms and ammunition were found. According to police, Ashraf was arrested under the terms of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, the Explosives Act, and the Arms Act. Police suspect him of being part of a terrorist group. It is being investigated whether he intended to attack alone.
A major terrorist plot failed during the festival
Delhi police on Tuesday said they had thwarted a massive terrorist plot over the holidays by arresting a 40-year-old Pakistani man with ISI links and living in India for more than a decade. Mohammad Ashraf, unknown to Ali, who lives in Narowal in Pakistan’s Punjab province, has been arrested in Laxminagar in East Delhi, officials said. He said he was allegedly involved in terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir and in other parts of the country. Police said an initial investigation revealed that Ashraf was acting as the head of a sleeping cell in India and was arrested by the ISI of intelligence in Pakistan during the ceremony. He was given the task of conducting terrorist attacks during the season. Police said that based on the information they received from him during the investigation, a raid on the other side of Yamuna, and at that time A.K. For. 47 guns, hand grenade, a. For. Two magazines with 47 rounds, 60 rounds, two Chinese pistols, Indian passports with fake documents, and other Indian identity cards were found.

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The accused introduced himself as Maulana in Delhi
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Prodod Singh Kushwaha said, “Ashraf had come to India via Bangladesh and had lived in the country under the name of Ali Ahmed Noori for more than a decade.” Details were obtained that Ashraf lived in the Laxmi Nagar area, after which a team was sent to Laxmi Nagar and captured Ashraf. Police said Ashraf’s arrest prevented terrorist attacks during the holidays. According to authorities, police had received information about an active sleeping cell two months ago. Police have found that the Pakistani nation has been ordered to attack terrorists in India and is in the final stages of preparation. Police said it was also learned that Ashraf was an active part of the sleep cell and had attacked several terrorists and intelligence in recent years. Police said Ashraf was able to obtain an Indian ID. He introduced himself as Maulana in Delhi. According to police, the case has been registered under the terms of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Explosives Act, and Arms Act for a thorough investigation and protection against any terrorist attacks. The deputy police commissioner said that after graduating from school, Ashraf was hired directly by a Pakistani intelligence agency and trained for six months.

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