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They wanted money for making Bhojpuri films, so ISI offered them train derailment job

There have long been allegations about a possible ISI hand in the recent sabotage attempts against the Indian Railways. As reported earlier, ISI man Shamshul Hoda had contacted Nepal based Brij Kishore Giri who in turn hired others to sabotage the railways and is believed to have perpetrated the Kanpur train accident which left over 140 dead.

Now as per latest reports, Brij Kishore Giri and others lured into this criminal act were allegedly seeking to invest the money earned from the ISI into the Bhojpuri film business. Brij Kishore reportedly is an actor, who owns a film studio in Nepal and has acted in a number of Bhojpuri films.

Bhojpuri song
One of the Bhojpuri songs involving the suspects

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He was lured with a promise of earning several lakhs which he wanted to pump into his films. It has been claimed that at that time he was working in a movie called ‘Ae Moray Jaan Tohray Mein Bas Le Hamray Pran’.

Apart from him, two other persons involved in the conspiracy, Gajendra Sharma and Mukesh Yadav who were reportedly contacted by Giri, were also involved in Bhojpuri show-business. Gajendra Sharma reportedly made low budget films in Motihari and also owned a music studio which was leaking money. Mukesh Yadav, who was amongst the first to be arrested, is believed to be a songwriter and singer.

The railway sabotage conspiracy is anything but abetting and the Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu himself had claimed in the parliament recently that there were as many as 18 sabotage attempts including 7 blast attempts recently.

This whole operation is believed to have been masterminded by one Shafi Saikh, who is an ISI operative and kingpin of the Fake Indian Currency Notes operation, which was given a huge jolt via demonetisation.

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