Terrorist attack thwarted in Mumbai, Two Jihadi Terrorists killed

via HK published on March 12, 2008

Mumbai:
Maharashtra
Anti
Terrorism
squad
thwarted
a
Jihai
Terror
plot
in Mumbai
yesterday
night.
ATS
killed
two
Bangladeshi
Jihadi
Terrorist having
ties
with
Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami
(HuJI)

HUJI
is
suspected
to
be
behind
the
serial
bomb
blasts
in
the
temple
town of
Varanasi
in
2006,
which
killed
30
people
and
twin
blast
in
Hyderabad on
August
21

in
which
more
than
40
people
died.

When
the
police
surrounded
them,
they
opened
fire
and
in
retaliation
the police
fired
back
killing
the
two
on
the
spot.One
of
the
victims
has been
identified
as
Mohammad
Ali
and
his
passport
has
been
recovered.

ATS
seized
2
kilogrammes
of
RDX
explosives,
two
firearms
and
fake currency
worth
Rs.200,000
from
the
Terrorists.
Pune
unit
of
the
ATS received
a
specific
tip-off
that
a
Bangaldeshi
will
be
coming
to
hand over
a
RDX
consignment
to
a
local
contact
in
the
Kashimira
area
in
the neighbouring
Thane
district.

The
increased
influx
of
Fake
currency
rackets
in
Kerala
and
other
parts of
country
should
be
probed
in
this
line.
The
support
they
received
from local
Jihadi
terrorists
is
helping
the
enemies
to
widen
their
base
even in
remote
corners
of
the
Nation.

Tough
Anti
Terrorism
laws
to
deal
with
financial
terrorists
is
the
need of
the
hour
to
counter
the
growing
menace
aimed
at
destabilizing National
security
and
financial
growth

(Tail Piece: Fortunately the whole episode happened in Congress ruled Maharashtra, If it was in Gujarat or any other BJP ruled state, By now the Terrorist Right Group will be up in the road with conspiracy theories to portray the innocence of those two devout Muslims and accusing it as a Encounter accompanied with cat calls like Merchant of Death from the Congress supremo!)

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