Islamic Terrorism in India

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Archive for September 22nd, 2008

Delhi serial blast case cracked, all terrorists from Azamgarh

Posted by jagoindia on September 22, 2008

Delhi serial blast case cracked: police

‘Delhi serial blast case cracked’

 IANS 20 Sep 2008 11:16:00 PM ISTNEW DELHI:  Exactly a week after five synchronized terror blasts rattled the national capital and killed 24 people, Delhi Police on Saturday said they had cracked the conspiracy behind this and three other terror attacks in the country.
“We have solved the Delhi blast case,” said Karnail Singh, joint commissioner of police (Special Cell).

Singh said a terrorist module of 13 people was responsible for the recent spate of terror attacks in India including the Uttar Pradesh court blasts of last year and the serial bombings in Jaipur, Ahmedabad and New Delhi this year.

He named the 13 members of the module as Atif, Saif, Zeeshan, Shajid, Junaid, Shadab Bhai, Alihas Malik, Shazid, Mohammad Khalif, Arif, Shakeel, Zia Khan and Salman.

All the members of the module were from Azamgarh village in Uttar Pradesh. “Atif lured his fellow and junior students from Azamgarh to terrorism,” the police official said.

Singh said the dreaded Pakistani terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) had been providing the training and support to the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) and Indian Mujahideen, which has claimed responsibility for the Ahmedabad and New Delhi attacks.

“When LeT’s terrorists were arrested, ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence of Pakistan) had a problem internationally. So their strategy was to train more and more people of Indian origin. So they approached the SIMI and Indian Mujahideen and coordinated with them.

“SIMI provided the money and execution support to the Indian Mujahideen,” he added.

The police said they had seized a laptop from the Jamia Nagar house, where two terrorists were gunned down after a fierce gun battle Friday morning, and found that they were inspired by Al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden.

“From whatever information we have got from the seized laptop, it’s clear that they were inspired by the philosophy of Al Qaeda. They were inspired by Osama bin Laden.

“We have sent the laptop for forensic analysis. Documents and photographs related to terror activities have been seized. We recovered the photos of Osama Bin Laden and software techie Tauqir’s photo from the laptop,” Singh added.

Mumbai-based Abdul Subhan Qureshi alias Tauqir has been alleged to have masterminded the Sep 13 serial blasts in the capital that killed 24 people and left nearly 100 injured. He has been absconding.

The police said the militants had brought the bombs from Karnataka before the start of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.

“Mohammed Saif and Sajid went to Karnataka and bought 10 bombs to Delhi by train two or three days before the start of Ramadan. But one bomb was detected to be faulty at the last moment and, therefore, was not planted,” Sing said in a press briefing.

He, however, said that one live bomb was yet to be recovered.

“They have thrown the faulty bomb in a drain near Batla House (in Jamia Nagar). Then there is a live bomb somewhere near the Regal cinema hall (in Connaught Place) but we haven’t recovered them so far,” said a senior police official.

Delhi Police had defused one bomb near the same cinema hall Sep 13.

“It was Atif (one of the two terrorists who were killed Friday) who used to send e-mails to various people including media organisations (about the Indian Mujahideen taking responsibility for the blasts). He was the main co-coordinator of sharing information amongst various organisations,” Singh added.

The police said they used to roam around the country on fake voter identity cards.

“Saif and Zeeshan had made fake voter ID cards in the name of Rahul Sharma and Pankaj respectively and travelled to Gujarat on the fake identities.

“They also availed mobile phone connections on the basis of these fake ID cards. We have seized mobile phones in which they have clicked the video of the Jaipur blasts,” Singh said.

Explaining the modus operandi of the module Singh said: “All of them travelled to Jaipur May 13 in a bus and bought cycles and planted the bombs on them.”

Then they started preparing for the Ahmedabad blasts. “Eleven to 12 people from Delhi went to Ahmedabad July 10 for a recce. Three to four stayed back and others returned to Delhi on July 17.

“All those who returned went to Ahmedabad on July 23, manufactured and planted bombs with the help of the local supporters, few of whom were arrested in Ahmedabad,” Singh said.

At least 65 people were killed in the serial blasts in Jaipur May 13, while 56 people were killed in the July 26 Ahmedabad blasts.

“In Delhi these terrorists went for a recce Sep 11 and clicked photos of the sites,” Singh added.

Five bombs went off in quick succession in the capital’s busy market places Sep 13, killing 24 people and injuring nearly 100 others.

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A true Hero, Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma who died fighting Delhi blasts Indian Muslim terrorists

Posted by jagoindia on September 22, 2008

I hope more and more Hindus wake up from their cowardly stupor of defending and supporting Islamic and vatican aggressors bent on destroying our one and only Bharatmata.  Let us salute brave Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma who gave up his life fighting dreaded Islamic terrorists.     — It is people like Mohan and our brave soldiers who give up their lives to ensure ours, and not morons like Mahatma Gandhi who spent his life protecting Muslim aggressors in India, something for which we are paying dearly today.

Courage is the first of human qualities because it is the quality which guarantees the others.

Inspector Sharma: A true hero
Mayank Pandey
Sunday, September 21, 2008:

Terrorism cannot be merely wished away, it has to be tackled on the political, socio-economical and international level. The war against terrorism in the state of Punjab ended because of the strong will of the government, the security forces and the people.

I salute Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma, a real life hero for making the supreme sacrifice by laying down his life. I also express my deepest condolences to his family members.

It is now the duty of the Government of India to see to that his death becomes a turning point in the fight against terror by implementing tough measures legally.

Also, it is time that the security forces who are engaged in fighting terrorism are compensated adequately.

But the big question is – will the authorities take note of such sacrifices?

Police inspector who led Delhi encounter dead
Fri, Sep 19 08:35 PM

New Delhi, Sept 19 (PTI) Winner of seven gallantry medals, Delhi Police Special Cell officer Mohan Chand Sharma who was critically injured today in an encounter with Indian Mujahideen militants here died after battling for life for nearly eight hours. Sharma (41), who led today’s daring encounter at Jamia Nagar where five terrorists linked with the recent serial blasts in the country were holed up, had received three bullet injuries on his abdomen, thighs and right arm.

The inspector, who was bleeding profusely, was rushed to the nearby Holy Family hospital where he was operated upon and later put on life support systems. After battling with his injuries for nearly eight hours, he was declared dead at seven in the evening.

“We have lost our best man,” Joint Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Karnal Singh told PTI. Sharma, who is survived by his wife and two young children, had won seven gallantry medals including a President’s medal this year. He joined Delhi Police as a sub-inspector in 1989 and was instrumental in the killing of 35 terrorists and the arrest of another 80 militants, police sources claimed, adding he had killed 40 inter-state gangsters and arrested another 129.


Also read a tribute to our police here

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Delhi blast Muslim Indian terrorists wanted continuous attacks, relished maximum casualty (Islam in action)

Posted by jagoindia on September 22, 2008

IM terrorists were desperate to carry out strikes Delhi
Press Trust of India
Sunday, September 21, 2008, (New Delhi)
The Indian Mujahideen terrorists, who carried out blasts in Delhi and other cities, were so desperate that they wanted “continuous” strikes of terror and would get “restless” if this was not happening.

The members of the group would even compare with each other the “success” they had achieved in causing maximum casualty while carrying out the blasts.

This is what Delhi Police claim after interrogating five activists of the 13-member module and analysing their laptop and other documents.

“The module used to get restless when blasts were not happening and Atif (the main man in Indian Mujahideen) used to tell the members that there is a drought in newspapers and we have to do something,” Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) H G S Dhaliwal said on the basis of interrogation of three terrorists arrested past midnight.

Each member would be deputed to a separate place to plant bombs and after carrying out the blasts all would return to the hideout and watch news channels to see the impact of their action, he said.

“They used to flip channels to see and compare whose bombs caused how much casualty. Those, whose bombs caused lesser casualty, would be teased by others,” Dhaliwal said.

The 24-year-old Atif, who was inspired by the philosophy of Al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden, had meticulously planned these explosions to the minutest details like how the bombs would be placed, what clothes the bombers would wear and whether or not they would be clean shaven, he said.

“Their main aim was to target crowded places so that the blasts could result in large casualty…Their general feeling was that something should happen continuously and there should not be any vaccum in their activities,” Dhaliwal said.

They used to wrap the bombs in grey polythene bags and cover these with garbage like banana skin while placing in the dustbins to avoid detection, he said.

The arrested militants had at least four years of association with Atif, who usually tells them “to do just what they are assigned to do and not ask questions about future plans”.

A laptop, believed to belong to Atif, also had photographs of Tauqir and video clips of the Ahmadabad blasts, which were sent in emails shot off to various media organisations. “Interestingly, there were some photographs of Mohd Saif with a punchline ‘the most wanted’,” Joint Commissioner of Police (Speical Cell) Karnal Singh said.

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