ISIS Terrorist Arrested: Three terrorists caught by the Special Cell of Delhi Police have made many important revelations. During preliminary interrogation, the main accused Shahnawaz told that he along with his associates had done recce at 18 places in North India including Delhi-NCR, he had received instructions from his masters sitting across the border to cause devastation by carrying out a large-scale blast. Apart from this, youth are also being recruited through this module. They were also being given training in blasting and making explosives.
The attack was planned using a chemical bus.
According to media reports, the investigating officer said that apart from making a chemical bomb, the terrorist module had also blasted a chemical bomb in the forests of Pune, so that the intensity of the bomb could be seen. Cell officials said that the terrorist module had gained expertise in making Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) and they used to make bombs very easily.
Police is interrogating the suspects
Police said that some suspects recruited in the terrorist module are being detained and interrogated, in which their role is also under suspicion. At present, what tasks were given and when and who connected them to the module are being investigated.
The police officer said that the accused had maintained training camps at several places across the country, where they trained the recruited people and practiced IED blasts. Subsequently, they would report this to their masters across the border, who were instructed to collect goods from local places.
There was a conspiracy to attack like 26/11
The three terrorists were in contact with fugitive Fartullah Gauri, the mastermind of the terrorist attack on Akshardham temple in Gujarat, and his son-in-law Shahid Faisal. According to sources, the terrorists were planning to carry out a big attack like 26/11. Ram temple of Ayodhya was also his target. He was given orders to make a bigger one.
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