Bahadur Ali, 22-year-old terrorist, nabbed by Indian Army recently in Kashmir was sent to India to create chaos and spread terror in Kashmir by his Lashkar-e-Taiba controllers with help of Pakitani forces, said National Investigation Agency (NIA).
NIA firmly states that handling of arms and ammunition by the arrested and killed shows the involvement of military experts.
The agency Ali, a resident of Jia Bagga village in Pakistan’s Punjab was captured on July 25 after a gun-battle in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kupwara district. Four terrorists who had managed to cross the India-Pakistan border were gunned down in the encounter. The security personnel had recovered weapons, ammunitions and communication devices of Pakistan and International origins.
The NIA told the reporters that Ali along with four others were supposed to carry out fidayeen attacks during protest rallies in the valley. Kashmir is witnessing a series of rallies and wave of violence after security forces gunned down Burhan Wani, poster boy of militant organization Hizbul Mujahideen.
Ali during questioning told The NIA that LeT has instructed them to stay behind Kashmiris during protests in the valley and throw grenades on protest participants.
Ali had also informed the agency that he was a school dropout and indoctrinated to the terror outfit by Mohammad Yusuf and Hafiz Shehzad, a senior member of LeT.