Mohammad Ashraf, the Pakistani terrorist who was arrested on Tuesday by the Delhi police special cell in the Laxmi Nagar area, told police he carried out a High Court reconnaissance in 2011 before the blasts. It remains to be determined, however, whether he was involved in the explosion.
Sources said he even visited the Delhi police headquarters at ITO on several occasions. However, he was unable to gather information because the police did not allow the public to stop outside the premises. The terrorist told police that he shared all the information he gathered with his masters sitting in Pakistan. He had even visited the ISBT and sent information to his masters.
Investigative agencies are currently grilling him over whether he was involved in an explosion in Delhi.
According to police, Ashraf, who is believed to be in his 40s, entered the country via Bangladesh through the Siliguri border in West Bengal. He stayed in Calcutta for a few months and then moved to Ajmer. He had met a few people from Bihar in Ajmer, then traveled to Eastern State. He stayed in a village in Bihar and developed a cordial relationship with the Sarpanches. He then managed to get an ID card with the help of the Sarpanch.
According to officers of the special cell, an AK-47 assault rifle with two magazines and 60 bullets, two sophisticated Chinese pistols with 50 rounds and a hand grenade were recovered from a location near Yamuna Ghat in Kalindi Kunj in South Delhi, based on information provided. by the terrorist.
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