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Pakistan’s innings thwarted: ISI’s involvement in training of arrested terrorists exposed

Six people have been arrested in India for carrying out terrorist attacks during the festive season. It has been revealed that two of them were trained by Pakistan’s ISI. The ISI had planned to carry out attacks on cities in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra during the festive season, handing over Dawood Ibrahim’s accomplices, police officials said. For this, different tasks were assigned to different suspects of the module and those associated with their network. An investigation is underway into these terrorists and it is being investigated whether any more clues are found.

Meanwhile, these terrorists have targeted Pakistan. Investigations have revealed that Lieutenant Ghazi had trained the terrorists at the port of Gwadar. Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s brother was in charge. According to sources, Ghazi had two disciples named Jabbar and Hamza. Police have arrested six militants of Pakistan’s ISI-trained terrorist module.

The two accused, Zeeshan Kamar and Osama, have told police that they were taken to Pakistan by sea. On the way they changed several boats and after sea voyage they reached Gioni near Gwadar port in Pakistan. There he was greeted by a Pakistani who took him to a farmhouse in the Thatta area of ​​Sindh province in Pakistan. There were three Pakistani nationals in the farmhouse. Two of them, Jabbar and Hamza, trained him. Both were in the Pakistani army because they were wearing military uniforms. Hamza was dressed like a normal citizen, but everyone respected him during the training.

Terrorists Zeeshan Kamar and Osama were trained to make bombs and IEDs and spot them with the help of everyday items. He was also given training in handling various types of guns and AK-47s.

Police have arrested Jan Mohammad Sheikh (47) from Maharashtra, Osama (22) alias Sami from Jamianagar in Delhi, Mulchand alias Lala (47) from Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh and Mohammad Abu Bakar (23) from Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh. Police have remanded them in custody for 14 days. The other two accused, Zeeshan Kamar and Mohammad Amir Javed, will be produced in court today.

According to the information received, the police conducted raids in Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Delhi to nab the terrorist module and arrested a total of six people. Police claimed that a large quantity of arms and ammunition were seized from the suspected terrorists.

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