Kasab’s partner terrorist – Ismail Khan alias Abu Ismail
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) pair had long been identified as Ismail Khan alias Abu Ismail from Dera Ismail Khan district in the North-West Frontier Province and Mohammad Ajmal Amir ‘Kasab’ (Iman) alias Abu Mujahid, his training name. Ismail was killed in the Girgaum Chowpatty encounter and Ajmal was nabbed. Link
What happened at CST
Arrested terrorist Mohammad Ajmal Mohammad Aamir Qasab alias Abu Mujahid and deceased terrorist accused Ismail Khan arrived at CST railway station in a motor taxi. En route this journey, terrorist accused Mohammad Ajmal Mohammad Aamir Qasab was seated on the rear seat of the taxi cab. Whilst his `buddy’ Abu Ismail engaged the taxi driver in conversation, accused Mohd.
Ajmal Amir Qasab planted the RDX laden IED, which he had ferried himself, beneath the driver’s seat. Then the two terrorist accused alighted from the taxi at CST railway station. The terrorist accused Mohd. Ajmal Qasab, then entered the lavatory near CST railway station. Meanwhile, the terrorist accused Ismail Khan, alias Abu Ismail planted the IED, which he was carrying with him, in the CST station premises. These two terrorists accused ruthlessly and indiscriminately fired from the AK-47 assault rifles and lobbed deadly hand-grenades on the hapless and unsuspecting passengers waiting at the main hall resulting in the massacre of innocent ladies, children and senior citizens.
Continuing the blood bath, these two terrorists attacked police officers, constables and home guards who made a valiant attempt to nip their diabolic agenda. Being hounded by the valiant police officer and personnel led by PI Shashank Shinde, these two terrorists were pushed out of railway station premises on the foot over bridge/pedestrian staircase adjoining platform no. 1.
Mohammad Sidique Khan– London Bombing Terrorist
On the morning of 07/07/2005 Mohammad Sidique Khan, with his
three friends, drove a car from Leeds to Luton, 30km north of
London, and took the train from Luton to King’s Cross station in
London. Mohammad Sidique Khan detonated his explosives on 09:17
near Edgware Road station.
Introduction: In February 1999 the “Jamhooria Islamia”, a monthly
Baluchi magazine published from Panj-gar, published an interview
with Nawabzadaa Nabiullah Khan, a confidant of and adviser to the
leader of one of the prominent Pakistani Islamic militant
outfits, Jamaat-e-Islami, which was conducted by Jalil Amir. The
following constitutes excerpts from that conversation (which
relates to Bharat) which reveals the fundamentalist ideology &
designs of the organisation and its leader.
Parviz Khan, the ringleader of the Muslim beheading plot, was
once a promising footballer