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D-Company and Pak’s ISI planned conspiracy to murder RSS leaders, Delhi Police burst module

One of the arrested persons was allegedly also involved in BJP leader Haren Pandya's murder too.

Striking revelations of D-Company and Pakistan’s notorious intelligence agency ISI being in cahoots with each other to assassinate RSS leaders in India and spread terror across the country have been disclosed by a terror module busted by Delhi police. The police have made three arrests from Delhi and Kerala.

According to the special cell of Delhi police, one of the three suspects arrested is an Afghan national and was a part of ISI terror module whose aim was to kill senior Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders in Karnataka’s Mangaluru and provoke a country-wide riot. Apart from this, the terror module also had several bigwigs from Delhi on their list.

The police suspect involvement of the gangster Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company in the planning and plotting to kill the political leaders since one of the suspects arrested allegedly worked for a close aide of Dawood Ibrahim- Ghulam Rasool Patty. The three arrested suspects have been identified as Wali Mohammad (Afghan national), Sheikh Riyajuddin (Delhi-resident) and Muhthasim CM (from Kasargod, Kerala).

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Sources close to police also claim that the plot to kill RSS leaders might be funded by the underworld gang D-Company, headed by the gangster Dawood Ibrahim, who is allegedly hiding in Pakistan under ISI’s tutelage.

One of the arrested suspects is presumed to be the mastermind behind this terror plot. The suspect had fled after the Gujarat riots and is the same one who is accused of having an involvement in BJP leader Haren Pandya’s assassination.

The police caught the wind of the plot to kill RSS leaders in different places about four months ago when the Indian agencies intercepted the suspects’ phone calls, which revealed the plans for the killings. Since then the police has tracked the suspect and following this, two of his accomplices were arrested, one from Delhi, while the other one was arrested in Kerala.

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