Pakistani Terrorist Planning to Attack Delhi Arrested

A Pakistani terrorist associated with ISI and living in India since many years, was planning several terrorist attacks was arrested from Delhi.

A terrorist from Pakistan, Mohammad Ashraf, associated with their intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) had been living in  India for the past 10-15 years under a fake name, Ali Ahmed Noori.

He had entered India through the Siliguri border in West Bengal via Bangladesh. He had obtained Indian identity cards through fake documents like Aadhar card, PAN card, etc.  Ashraf even acquired an Indian passport too, traveled to Thailand and Saudi Arabia. He even married an Indian woman in Ghaziabad to acquire Indian citizenship.  Throughout his stay in India, he was in contact with a person in Pakistan who gave him instructions about what to do, where to attack, which other terrorists to help, etc. He was currently staying at  Ramesh Park in Delhi's Laxmi Nagar area. 

Now as Dussehra and Diwali were soon approaching, the Delhi Police’s Special Cell received information that someone was going to plan a dangerous terror attack in Delhi. That’s how they immediately traced Ashraf and caught him. An AK-47 rifle, one hand grenade and two pistols with 50 rounds of bullets were found on him. Last month, the Delhi Police Special Cell had busted a Pakistan-based terror module and arrested six terrorists. The group was planning to carry out a series of blasts in all metro cities across India during the festive season.