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Friday, July 15, 2011

13/7 MUMBAI TERROR ATTACKS: Did we ignore Intel, Bhatkal told Tauqeer to hire cadre?

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Friends and family members of a blast victim Pankaj Soni, take part in his funeral procession as they walk towards a crematorium in Mumbai - AFP
Friends and family members of a blast victim Pankaj Soni, take part in his funeral procession as they walk towards a crematorium in Mumbai - AFP.

The information provided by the last India Mujahideen operative arrested has been ignored by the Union home ministry.
Though both the Central and state governments maintained there have been no intelligence inputs on any fresh terror attacks, Salman, alias Chotu, an IM operative arrested by the Uttar Pradesh ATS, had revealed IM’s plans to strike Mumbai soon. He had also said during interrogation that the IM were regrouping in order to strike India's cities, including Mumbai.
According to a senior official attached to the UP ATS, Salman had revealed that IM founder Riyaz Bhatkal had given him clear instructions to start recruiting afresh as he wanted to strike Mumbai as soon as possible.
A source said that as most of the IM operatives had been arrested by the Ahmedabad and Mumbai police for their alleged role in the Ahmedabad blasts, Bhatkal wanted to recruit new operatives.
Pak yet to confirm death of top IM man

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