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LeT planning at least 10 terror strikes in India: Jundal

LeT operative and 26/11 handler alias Abu Jundal has revealed that the terror organisation has plans to carry out at least 10 more attacks across India in the next few years, for which, he had expressed his willingness to participate, police said on Friday.

Published: 27th July 2012 10:06 PM  |   Last Updated: 27th July 2012 10:06 PM   |  A+A-

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By PTI

LeT operative and 26/11 handler Sayed Ansari alias Abu Jundal has revealed that the terror organisation has plans to carry out at least 10 more attacks across India, for which, he had expressed his willingness to participate, police said on Friday.

According to police, Jundal also admitted that he is an active operative of the terror outfit. "Though our case is that he is the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative and he actively participated in the 26/11 case, his admission to be a member of the terror outfit during our interrogation is very significant development for us," a senior police official said on Friday.

The 31-year-old terror suspect had claimed that the LeT has planned at least 10 more strikes across India in the next few years, the official added.

"Jundal claimed he wanted to participate in all these attacks, though he is not aware of the targets," the official added.

According to police, Jundal's first meeting with an LeT operative, whose name was not disclosed, happened in Tawa hotel in Aurangabad in 2005, after which, he participated in 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case.

Apparently impressed by the ultra-conservative views of 'Ahl-e-Hadees', Jundal finally subscribed to the sect in 2003.

Jundal was arrested in the 26/11 case on July 21 after he was brought to Mumbai from Delhi, where he was apprehended in an another case.

The 26/11 key handler is also wanted in other cases in Maharashtra like the arms haul case, the 2010 German Bakery blast and the plan to attack Nashik Police Academy. However, his custody in these cases would take place after police questions him in the terror attack case.

Meanwhile, police today said that while taking the voice samples of Jundal through audio spectrometer, the forensic experts would make him to talk in such a way that would enable them to capture his frequency and voice modulation.

"It is not necessary for us to make Jundal repeat the same words used during the telephonic talks with attackers here at the time of the dastardly assault, in which, 166 people, including some foreigners, were killed," the official added.

 

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