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Yakub and Naushad, who had beheaded a Hindu in the Bhalswa Dairy area, were tasked by ISI to execute a rerun of 2000 Red Fort attack: Delhi police

“Yakub and Naushad, who had beheaded a Hindu in the Bhalswa Dairy area, were tasked by ISI to execute a rerun of 2000 Red Fort attack: Delhi police”, Opindia, May 11, 2023:

“The Delhi police on Wednesday, May 10, filed a chargesheet against Bhalswa Dairy murder accused Jagjit Singh Jassa alias Yakub and Naushad under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). The police said that the duo had been tasked by the K2 (Kashmir-Khalistan) desk of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) to carry out a rerun of the 2000 terrorist attack on the Red Fort ahead of Republic Day.

Yakub and Naushad were arrested from the Bhalswa Dairy area of Jahangirpuri in Delhi on January 12 this year after the police had recovered a dismembered body of a man in a drain in the area.

The report by TOI quoted some sources as saying that the chargesheet has been filed under UAPA and under various sections such as murder, criminal conspiracy, and destruction of evidence in the court of special judge Sanjay Khanagwal….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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