New Delhi. The suspected terrorists of Jahangirpuri massacre were already in contact with a Pakistani handler who was in jail in India. Top intelligence sources gave this information to CNN- Stuffunknown. He said that the handler wanted him to kill leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
The Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested 56-year-old Naushad, a resident of Jahangirpuri, and 29-year-old Jagjit Singh, a resident of Uttarakhand, for beheading and dismembering a 21-year-old man in Jahangirpuri area of the capital. Sources said that he cut the dead body into eight pieces and recorded it and to prove his loyalty, he sent the recording to his Pakistani master.
According to top intelligence sources, the suspected terrorists’ big plan failed at the right time as they were planning to do “something big” against the “right-wing” leaders. Naushad and Jagjit Singh were arrested on Thursday and 22 cartridges and three pistols were recovered from them. A court on Friday sent him to 14-day police custody.
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Police have recovered the video in which the accused are seen strangling the man before beheading him and also recovered six dismembered bodies from Bhalswa Dairy area of the city. The Delhi Police is now on the lookout for four more suspects who allegedly procured weapons from Pakistan through the drop-dead method.
In the drop-dead method, goods or information are exchanged between two persons using a secret location. The four – Nazir Bhat and Nazir Khan of HUL and Nadeem and Nasir Khan of HM – were allegedly in contact with handlers from Pakistan on the Signal app. Sources said they got weapons through sleeper cells at undisclosed locations in Uttarakhand.
Naushad is a resident of Bihar, everyone came in contact with each other like this
According to details accessed by CNN- Stuffunknown, Naushad said during his interrogation that he is originally from Bihar. He has a few murder cases registered against him and in 1997 he wanted to get Maulana Masood Azhar out of jail. In Tihar Jail, Naushad befriended Pakistani criminals, including Sohail, who claimed he was from Kashmir. Sohail was earlier associated with Lashkar-e-Taiba.
Naushad was released from jail in 2018. After Sohail’s release in 2013, he went back to Pakistan, but kept in touch with Naushad and told him that he would pay him for what he had done. Naushad was arrested two years later in an extortion case from Uttarakhand. In jail, he met Jagjit Singh, an aide of Canadian gangster Arshdeep Singh Gill.
Sohail asks the two to kill an ‘infidel’
Sources said that when Naushad came out of jail in April 2022, he kept in touch with Sohail. He met Singh when he came out of jail on parole. Sohail had asked these two to kill an ‘infidel’. Acting on his instructions, Naushad and Singh strangled a 21-year-old drug addict on 14 December, beheaded him and sent the video to Sohail. This 21-year-old youth was shown as a devout Hindu with an Om tattoo on his arm.
Two people belonging to a right-wing group were asked to kill in Haridwar
Even after the murder, Sohail allegedly kept pressuring her to do ‘something big’. He was asked to kill two people belonging to a right-wing group in Haridwar, for which he was to be paid. He allegedly targeted some right-wing leaders from Punjab and Haridwar, including Shiv Sena’s Amit Arora and Bajrang Dal’s Jitendra Kumar.
Tags: delhi police, Pakistan
FIRST PUBLISHED : January 18, 2023, 19:39 IST