Abu Jundal: Has ID card from Pakistan govt, was initially mistaken for IISc attack suspect
Ansari was to use the Urdu version of the identity card in Pakistan and the second one outside that country. After he had been detained in Saudi Arabia last year, Pakistan had claimed Ansari is a Pakistani national and sought that he be sent back, officials said.
Both versions of the identity card have been seized along with the Pakistani passport.
During interrogation, Ansari has revealed details about men wanted in various terror cases. He said he had met Abu Hamza alias Mohd Ramadhan, accused in the 26/11 strikes and the 2005 attack on the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore. In fact, Ansari was initially mistaken for Hamza, who was named during the questioning of LeT operative David Coleman Headley.
Ansariís interrogation report reads, ďI met Abu Hamza in Islamabad when I had gone to meet Muzammil alias Yusuf alias Abu Hurairah after my escape [following the Aurangabad arms haul] in 2006... Hamza told me about his escape from Bangalore. He told me that after the attack, he dropped the weapon there itself and purchased some clothes and took a bus from HQ training Command Air force to Hyderabad. He travelled via Nagpur-Satna-Varanasi. From Varanasi, he went to Patna by
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