New Delhi, May 24: Pakistan not just nurtures terrorists in its land but also smuggles arms, grenades across the Line of Control (LoC) to support and aide terror activities in India, a captured Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Zaibullah told the National Investigation Agency (NIA). Zaibullah was captured on April 6. He also revealed that they are asked to dump arms in an area, especially a forested area, and then cross back to Pakistan.
The packages, that contain only six to seven weapons, are then taken back after three or four days. The captured LeT terrorist revealed that Pakistan has not just been sending its men but also smuggling arms to aide terror activities in India. He also said that at two separate occasions, Hafeez Saeed and Zakir Oman Naqvi gave them (the terrorists) motivating talks.
“We can take weapons including pistols, AK 47s, grenade launchers and other arms. At two separate occasions, Hafeez Saeed and Zakir Oman Naqvi gave us an motivating talk. We were also given 2 months training in the snow,” LeT terrorist Zaibullah, under NIA interrogation, said.
He further added that he was posted in Indian border till the Indian Army fired which made them return back to Pakistan. “I was posted in Indian border area but the Indian Army fired and we had to return. We also went to Chatabata post, planted put mines on army’s supply route, blasted the mines in which 2 Indian army jawans were killed,” he said, news agency ANI reported.
Zaibullah alias Hamza further revealed that the student wing of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, Al Muhammadia Students (AMS), has developed a handset for the members of the terror group which is unable to trace. The calls cannot be traced by the Indian intelligence agencies. He also revealed that the young boys are being radicalised in the name of Burhan Wani.
Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) runs an underground training camp in Muzaffarabad forest area in PoK “exclusively for the training the suicide squads”.
Meanwhile, a group of terrorists on Thursday night hurled a grenade near CRPF camp in Srinagar’s Nawakadal area. Some private vehicles are said to have partially damaged in the attack but no injuries have been reported so far.