NIA arrest two LeT supporters from Jammu
Ali who hails from Jahama village of Raiwind in Lahore, was arrested from village Yahama in Mawar area of Qalamabad, Handwara, in North Kashmir on July 25, 2016
The Army had claimed to have recovered three AK-47 rifles, two pistols and Rs 23,000 in Indian currency from his possession.
NIA’s chargesheet against terrorist Bahadur Ali
According to NIA, Ali was trained at a Lashkar camp in PoK to carry out various activities, including map reading and operating GPS devices.
The NIA has maintained that Ali was a Pakistan-based LeT cadre and was sent to carry out terror attacks in India.
The NIA claims that Bahadur Ali was trained by military experts in Pakistan.
The captured terrorist underwent three mandated training processes organised by LeT. He was recruited in Jamaat-ud-Dawa by a close aide of the terror outfit`s chief Hafiz Saeed in 2008-2009 at the age of 13-14 years and subsequently radicalised by LeT.
The LeT cadre was arrested by the Indian authorities in J&K on July 25, 2016.
Earlier, Ali had also informed interrogators that his group of terrorists was launched after being staged forward at their Dett (detachment) near the Line of Control between India and Pakistan.
Ali told his interrogators that he was informed by his handlers from a control room code-named ‘Alpha-3’, believed to located at a high altitude somewhere in PoK, about the unrest in the Valley following the killing of Burhan Wani, a Hizbul Mujahideen militant on July 8.
His handlers from the control room asked him to throw grenades at the security forces and also informed him that other cadres of the terror group had managed to sneak into the Valley, mingled with protesters and were fuelling tension in the Valley.
He informed that this Dett is headed by a senior LeT member who provides arms and ammunition as well as other accessories like GPS, night vision devices, compass, grenade launchers, rubber maps, matrix sheets, food packets, dry ration, and medicines, among other things.
Ali was launched from Mandakuli Dett which was dealt by an LeT commander Abu Haider.