ISIS had plans to target foreigners in Goa, defence stations in Mah

HINDUSTAN TIMES, MUMBAI | 02 February 2016 10:57 IST

The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (IS) had elaborate plans to target foreigners and vital defence installations in Goa and Maharashtra, investigators questioning the chief of the terror group’s Indian wing have learnt.

The Maharashtra anti-terrorism squad (ATS), during its ongoing probe, has found that Shafi Armar alias Yusuf, who defected from Indian Mujahideen (IM) to join ISIS and has been pivotal in indoctrinating youths in India, had made elaborate plans through Mudabbir Sheikh, chief of the ISIS’ Indian wing, his deputy Khalid Ahmed Ali Nawazuddin alias Rizwan and men under their command. CLICK TO READ MORE

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The whole mess was started by Mr. Parrikar by going to Delhi.

We want our disturbed Goa back to normal again.

- John W D'Souza, Margoa - Goa | 03 rd February 2016 11:08

 

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