Highlights:

  • Delhi Police affirmed that the Pakistani national arrested on Monday have been living in India for over a decade
  • The Pakistani national, recognized as Mohd Ashraf, was detained from the Laxmi Nagar area in Delhi
  • The owner of the house from where Ashraf used to stay in Delhi assured that they would cooperate with the police

On Tuesday, the Delhi Police affirmed that the Pakistani nationals arrested on Monday have been living in India for over a decade impersonating an Indian identity. Deputy Commissioner of police, special cell, Pramod Kushwala, voiced that initial investigation revealed his involvement as a sleeper cell and orchestrating subversive activities.

The Pakistani national, recognized as Mohd Ashraf, was detained from the Laxmi Nagar area in Delhi on Monday. The police added that a major terrorist strike was averted. The Senior police official noted, “He has revealed his involvement in several terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir and other places in India. Lately, he was tasked to carry out terror activities, the place was not mentioned. He has been trained by Pakistan’s ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence). We are trying to identify his other associates.”

Kushwaha added, “It is coming to light that in the past to he was involved in terror activities. ISI handler with code name Nasir recruited him and was giving him instructions. We have averted a major terrorist strike.”

The senior officer continued, “He was sent through the Siliguri border via Bangladesh. His handler from Pakistan had tasked him (to carry out task operations). He had earlier also disguising as ‘Peer Maulana’ in and around Delhi”

He further asserted, “He got several fake ids made, one such was under the name of Ahmed Noori. He had acquired an Indian passport too, traveled to Thailand and Saudi Arabia. He married an Indian woman in Ghaziabad for documents and had acquired Indian ad from Bihar.”

On the other hand, the owner of the house from where Ashraf used to stay in Delhi assured that they would cooperate with the police. The owner remarked, “He lived here for six months. My father got his Aadhar card made for documentation. After he left, we were not in touch with him.”

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