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Indian Army releases confession video of two Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists from Pakistan who were caught last month

Two Pakistani terrorists associated with terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba were nabbed by the Indian security forces on 21st August. In their confession tape they say how the Pakistani Army personnel are also involved in helping terrorists carry terror attack in India.

Two Pakistani terrorists, associated with terror organisation Lashkar-e-Taiba were nabbed by the Indian Army on 21st August this year. The Indian Army today released their video confession.

A Pakistani terrorist Khalil from Jalebi Chowk, Rawalpindi confesses that he ‘works as a mujahideen’. Mujahideen literally means jihadi. He confesses that he is associated with the Lashkar-e-Taiba. “I have taken a one-week training in Kacherban (Jammu & Kashmir). Nazeem was with me and even he is trained. We both started working together on the same day and it has been five years since we are working (as terrorists). We have planned that we will cross the border and join other mujahids,” he says. He even gave out names of other terrorists associated with him.

Another terrorist, 20-year-old Mohammad Nazeem, in his confession says that he is also from Rawalpindi in Pakistan. He, too, confesses that he is a terrorist associated with Lashkar-e-Taiba. “I took training from LeT. Along with me, Mubbasir, Muddasar and Khalil also underwent training with me in Kacherban,” he says. Nazeem reveals that Pakistani army personnel were also involved in helping them cross over the border.

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He said that while he and Khalil were caught by Indian Army, there are still 10-15 mujahids being trained in Kacherban with help of Pakistani army waiting to infiltrate into India and carry out terror attacks.

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