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Pak LeT ultra receives 10 years in prison for J&K and Delhi terrorist plots | India News

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NEW DELHI: An NIA court convicted Bahadur Ali, a Pakistani terrorist from Lashker-e-Taiba who infiltrated Jammu and Kashmir in June 2016 with the intention of carrying out terrorist attacks in different locations, including J&K and Delhi , and condemned it. to 10 years of rigorous prison in addition to imposing a fine.
Ali alias Saifullah Mansoor, a resident of the Jia Bagga village of Pakistan’s Punjab province, had revealed during his interrogation the well-oiled machinery set up by LeT to recruit young people in Pakistan, followed by his training with the dual aim of radicalizing his vision. the world and providing them with military skills.
He revealed that the LeT handlers would illegally push them into Indian territory to commit terrorist acts with the help of his network of facilitators here.
The New Delhi special judge sentenced Ali, arrested in 2016 in the LeT conspiracy case, under IPC Sections 120B, 121A, 489 (C) (criminal conspiracy and possession of counterfeit currency), as well as various sections of the UAPA. Weapons Law, Explosive Substances Law, Foreigners Law and Indian Wireless Telegraphy Law.
Bahadur Ali along with his associates Abu Saad and Abu Darda, all trained LeT terrorists, had illegally infiltrated J&K in June 2016. CERTIn, during forensic analysis of a GPS device recovered from Ali, found data containing coordinates of the launch. of Mandkuli. pad and date stamps from June 11, 2016, one day before Ali and his assistants infiltrated.
Ali was arrested in Handwara and a large quantity of weapons was confiscated from him. Ali’s recovered diary contained grid references, Pakistani phone numbers (encoded), and Indian town / city names such as Rafiabad, Budgam, Poonch, Jammu, Udhampur, etc. besides Delhi, all potential targets.

Times of India

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