In a shocking revelation, the student wing of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, the Al Muhammadia Students (AMS) have developed a mobile handset for communication by LeT members with each other, the Times of India reported.
The revelations have been made by Zaibullah, a LeT terrorist from Multan while being interrogated by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) after his arrest in April.
According to the report, calls made using this handset cannot be traced by Indian intelligence agencies. If at all, intelligence agencies try to intercept the device, the call will automatically terminate.
The terrorist has further claimed that LeT recruited and trained 450 boys in 2017 from different areas of Pakistan for anti-India operations. Boys aged 15 to 25 years are being recruited they are being radicalised in the name of ‘Burhan Wani’ by LeT.
Earlier this month, Jammu and Kashmir police blew the lid off a major plan of the Pakistani Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) to assassinate a large number of civilians in North Kashmir in a bid to instil fear and create an atmosphere of terror in the Valley.
Four terrorists and six Over Ground Workers (OGWs) were arrested by security forces for killing three civilians in Baramulla on April 30.
“Interrogation of these terrorists revealed that LeT handlers in Pakistan had given clear instructions to them to create an atmosphere of terror in North Kashmir by eliminating many civilians who are perceived to be friendly with the government or security forces,” said a police spokesman.
Those arrested have been identified as Suhaib Farooq Akhoon alias Abu Huraira, Mohsin Mushtaq Bhat alias Shera, Ajaz Ahmad Gojri alias Abu Umair and Bilal Ahmad Najar alias Abu Sameer.
“Since all terrorists involved in this crime are locals of Baramulla, they were easily spotted by eyewitnesses, who immediately reported to police. Earlier, a Pakistani who was suspected to be involved in these murders as per the initial eyewitness accounts turned out to be Aijaz Gojri who had changed his appearance to create the impression of being a Pakistani,” said the spokesman
Police said sustained questioning of these arrested terrorists helped them unearth a LeT module operating in Sopore-Baramulla belt.