Setting up the Darabhanga module was perhaps the easiest job the Indian Mujahideen ever pulled off. With politics, appeasement and a safe hiding ground on offer, the agencies are finding this terror module the toughest one to crack. The alleged political links of suspected Patna blasts mastermind Tehsin Aktar has raised eyebrows. Akhtar, who is reportedly heading the IM following Yasin Bhatkal’s arrest, is allegedly related to Taki Akhtar, a Janata Dal-United leader from Samastipur. ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The lax security in jails is under scanner with recent episodes of prison breaks and murders of inmates, reports Vicky Nanjappa. Indian Mujahideen terror suspect Mohammad Saif, who is lodged inside the Gujarat’s Sabarmati jail, sent handwritten letters to IM founder Riyaz Bhatkal and two others in Pakistan. On October 1, seven activists of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India escaped from a prison in Madhya Pradesh’s Khandwa district; one was caught on the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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