Ashraf had come to Bangladesh via India, the handler of ISI had given training for terrorist attack


Delhi Police has claimed to have foiled a major terror attack plot by arresting a Pakistani terrorist Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali from Laxmi Nagar in the capital. DCP Pramod Kushwaha of Delhi Police Special Cell has made many big revelations about this terrorist on Tuesday.

The DCP said that in the interrogation and investigation so far, it has been found that this terrorist has been trained by the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI. It was sent to India from the Siliguri border via Bangladesh. The Pak ISI handler, code-named Nasir, recruited it and was instructing him. It is also learned that he was involved in many terrorist activities in the past as well. He was also disguising himself as ‘Peer Maulana’ to carry out his conspiracy in and around Delhi.

Weapons were kept hidden in the sand of Yamuna, married an Indian girl

After coming to India, Ashraf got many fake IDs made, one of which was in the name of Ahmed Noori. He had also acquired an Indian passport and had traveled to Thailand and Saudi Arabia. He had married an Indian woman in Ghaziabad for documents and obtained an Indian identity card in Bihar.

Kushwaha said on Tuesday that a Pakistani national, Mohammad Asraf, was arrested by the Special Cell on Monday. He was residing in India for more than a decade with the help of Aadhar card and passport obtained through forged documents. Preliminary investigation revealed his involvement as sleeper cell, which was carrying out terrorist activities, an AK-47 rifle and hand grenades and other weapons have been seized from him.

The DCP said that during preliminary interrogation, Ashraf has revealed his involvement in several terrorist activities in the rest of India including Jammu and Kashmir. Now it was to carry out a terrorist attack, the place was not mentioned. It was being handled by Pakistani ISI. We are trying to identify his other accomplices.




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