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I came to kill Indians, it’s fun” – Pakistan caught red handed again

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Published on August 07, 2015 with No Comments

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• Naved was caught hours after he and his companion, Noman, attacked a Border Security Force (BSF) convoy on a highway near Udhampur, killing two soldiers.
• The highway on which the terrorists struck is one taken by Amarnath pilgrims. Investigators haven’t ruled out that the Amarnath Yatra was not the target.
• Naved has told interrogators he is from Faislabad in Pakistan.
• The two terrorists had stopped a bus in which BSF personnel were travelling, and opened fire. Two young constables, Subhendu Rai and Rocky, died in the firing.
• Naved fled into a forest nearby, taking three villagers hostage. He was overpowered by the unarmed villagers when he started firing from a hilltop school. The villagers snatched his AK 47 rifle, grabbed his neck and held on till security and police personnel arrived.
• In a “confession” recorded on a cellphone soon after he was caught and tied with rope, Naved said he started for India 12 days ago and had been in the country for two days.
• Pakistan has yet to comment on the terrorist. National Security Advisors from both countries are to meet later this month in Delhi to discuss combating terror.
• Last week, gunmen stormed a police station and killed seven people in Punjab. India said the gunmen had come from Pakistan, according to an analysis of a GPS tracking device they carried.
• Naved’s capture is being billed as the first major catch since the arrest of Ajmal Kasab, the only 26/11 attacker to be caught alive after the siege in Mumbai in which 166 were killed. Authorities used his testimony to show that the assault was plotted in Pakistan.

Came to India 12 days ago, says smiling Pakistani terrorist
Pakistani terrorist Naved, who was on Wednesday caught in Udhampur after launching an attack on a security convoy, has revealed that he had infiltrated into India 12 days ago.
When videotaped during interrogation Naved looked unperturbed and was seen smiling as he answered questions asked to him by the cops. “There was just the two of us. We’ve been here for 12 days,” he said, adding, “came through the jungles.” According to police, preliminary interrogation has revealed that Naved belongs to Pakistan’s Faisalabad, where the terror group Jaish-e-Mohammad, led by Maulana Masood Azhar, is quite active.
A Pakistani militant was captured only the second since the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, shortly after he and an accomplice killed two BSF men and wounded nearly a dozen soldiers by ambushing a convoy on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway in Udhampur.

Police officers said the militant from Pakistan’s Faisalabad, identified as Mohammed Naved, had sneaked into Jammu and Kashmir about 12 days ago along with Noman alias Momin, who was killed in retaliatory fire by BSF personnel. The slain militant was from Bhawalpur in Pakistan.
“I am from Pakistan and my partner was killed in the firing but I escaped. Had I been killed, it would have been Allah’s doing. There is fun in doing this … I came to kill Hindus,” said the suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba operative wearing a dark blue shirt and brown trousers.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) will begin probe into the daring attack on a BSF convoy take custody of the lone terrorist Usman alias Mohammad Naved.
Naved also alleged that Kashmiris were being killed all the time. “It has been 12 days since I came here. We walked all days in the jungle,” he said as villagers clicked pictures with the prize catch.
“I am from Pakistan and my partner was killed in the firing but I escaped. Had I been killed, it would have been Allah’s doing. There is fun in doing this,” Naved said.
Initially, he said that he was in his early 20s but later claimed that he was only 16. He had been changing his statements. First he identified himself as Kasim Khan and later as Usman.
This has been the tactics of banned terror outfit Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) sending youngsters to Jammu and Kashmir with the direction that in case they were caught, they should claim to be below 18 years so that they are tried as juveniles.
According to reports, there had been many warnings from the intelligence about a possible terror attack in Udhampur which was a vulnerable spot due to the ongoing Amarnath yatra.
Two BSF jawans were also martyred and a militant was killed in the cross-firing from both sides after a BSF convoy was attacked.

 

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