Kasab 2: What the captured Pakistani terrorist has revealed

By: | Published: July 29, 2016 10:36 AM

Pakistan's role in terrorism was once again exposed after suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Bahadur Ali, alias Saifullah, confessed he was from Jahama village of Raiwind in Lahore

Ali-LThe arrest of Bahadur Ali may provide Indian authorities another opportunity to expose Pakistan’s long held denial that it has no role in spreading terrorism in India.

Pakistan’s role in terrorism was once again exposed after suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Bahadur Ali, alias Saifullah, confessed he was from Jahama village of Raiwind in Lahore and he had entered Indian territory along with two other terrorists to exploit the unrest in Kashmir. This is not the first time when a Pakistani terrorist was captured alive by Indian security forces.While the memory of 26/11 terrorist Kasab still haunts India, last year another terrorist, Mohammad Naveed, from Faisalabad in Pakistan was arrested alive after a militants’ group attacked a BSF convoy in Udhampur. Indian forces have so far arrested four Pakistani terror suspects alive in Kashmir.

The arrest of Bahadur Ali may provide Indian authorities another opportunity to expose Pakistan’s long held denial that it has no role in spreading terrorism in India. Here are a few things Ali has confessed to Indian investigators.

Came to India two-months ago
Ali (22) confessed to Indian authorities that he had come to India along with two other terrorists two months ago. They had crossed into Indian territory  from Leepa Valey in Pakistan Occumpied Kashmir. The other two terrorists, who were killed in an operation by Indian forces, were ‘Saad Bhai and Darda Bhai’, according to reports.

Operating from Handwara: Ali confessed that the trio were hinding in Handwara forests of Kashmir. They were also receiving infiltrating groups from Pakistan and sending them into Kashmir.

Trained at a Lashkar camp in PoK: Ali confessed that he had received terror training at Lashkar camp in PoK. He was also trained for map reading and handling GPS devices.

Entered India with the help of a guide: During interrogation, Ali informed Indian officials that they were helped by a guide for entering the Indian territory.

Studied till Class 4: Like all terror operatives, Ali was also drawn to the jehadi ideology at a very young age. Ali told officials that he had stopped stying after Class 4.

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