Arrested ISI agent , an Indian Youth Congress activist

published on December 22, 2010

Suspected ISI agent Javed Mozawala signed up for the party’s youth wing eight months ago after Rahul Gandhi’s mass membership drive for the Indian Youth Congress
Rahul Gandhi’s impassioned exhorts to youngsters to join the Indian Youth Congress (IYC) a few months back found resonance in some unlikely quarters too.

They managed to inspire  an alleged mole from the Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) to climb aboard the Grand Old Party’s youth wing.

Eight months ago, Gandhi had appealed to the country’s youth to join the IYC to boost his supporter base. Following his entreaty, lakhs of youngsters had signed up for membership of the party’s youth chapter.
As it turns out, one of them was Javed Abdul Gafoor Mozawala (28), recently arrested by the Mumbai Crime Branch on charges of forgery, spying on the country and violating the Official Secrets Act.

Mozawala reportedly enrolled himself from ward number 222 in south Mumbai.

“A total of 1,390 youth joined the Congress Party from ward number 222 eight months back.

Among them, Mozawala had also filled a membership form,” said a youth leader from south Mumbai, on condition of anonymity.

Sources from the party told MiD DAY that he was sponsored by Naved Shaikh, son of oil mafioso Mohammad Ali Shaikh, allegedly a Dawood Ibrahim aide arrested for the murder of diesel don Chand Madar.

Naved has spent around Rs 25 lakh in the way of membership fees for various aspiring members including Mozawala.

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