3 men with links to ISI & D-Company arrested for plotting to kill RSS leaders

A joint team of RAW and Delhi Police’s Special Cell have busted a module, working at behest of Pakistan’s notorious ISI spy agency and Dawood Ibrahim’s gang, that was planning to spark communal riots in Bharat by murdering RSS leaders in the south of the country.

As per this report by Aaj Tak, 3 arrested men include Wali Mohammed from Afghanistan, Tahseem (aka Sonu) from Kerala and Riyazuddin from Delhi. The mastermind behind this module is said to be a D-company man, Ghulam Rasool Patti, from Gujarat who was also behind the assassination of Gujarat Home Minister Haren Pandya in 2003.

Wali Mohammed was trained specifically for this mission and sent from Kabul to Bharat. The whole plot was busted after a phone intercept by RAW in which they picked up chatter regarding murder of several RSS pracharaks in Dakshin Bharat. Delhi Police special cell was informed and they started investigating and arrested 2 suspects from Delhi and 1 from Kerala.

Dozens of RSS and other Hindu leaders have been murdered by jihadi elements in Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu in the last two decades. One of the most brutal murders of RSS swayamsevak Rudresh R was carried out by men linked to the radical Islamist quasi-terror organization PFI (Popular Front of India). Successive ‘secular’ Governments in the Southern States led by Congress, CPM, DMK etc. have turned a blind eye to the cancerous growth of  the fundamentalist Islamist elements, and neither has this direct threat to social harmony and country’s integrity made it to the front pages of English-language media.


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