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Suspected terrorist of Hizbul arrested, Ahmed Raza wanted to become Badri commando with the help of Ahsan Ghazi

Pankaj Prasad
Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Ahmed Raza
Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Ahmed Raza

Suspected Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Ahmed Raza, who was caught by UP ATS, has very dangerous plans.

UP ATS has arrested suspected terrorist Ahmed Raza, who had plans to carry out a major terrorist incident in the country by going to Afghanistan and getting terrorist training. Ahmed Raza alias Shahrukh alias Mohiuddin was arrested on Thursday by the team of Saharanpur unit of ATS. Photos of weapons, screenshots of chats and jihadi videos have been found in his mobile gallery. In this inquiry, he could not give any satisfactory answer and confessed his crime. ATS is looking for his partner Firdous, a resident of Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir.

Special DG Law and Order and Crime Prashant Kumar said that the ATS had received information from central intelligence agencies that Ahmed Raza, a resident of Milak Guldiya village of Mudha Pandey, Moradabad, was in constant contact with the terrorist organization Hizbul Mujahideen and Pakistan's terrorist handlers through social media. is in He is planning to carry out terrorist incident in India by going to Afghanistan via Pakistan and taking terrorist commando training. A case has been registered against him in the ATS police station. Efforts are being made to produce him in the court and take him on remand. His mobile is being sent for forensic examination. Two mobiles, three SIM cards and Rs 1220 in cash have been recovered from him.

The aim was to implement Sharia law

During interrogation, it was revealed that Ahmad Raza was influenced by Mujahideen of various Jihadi organizations fighting in Pakistan and Afghanistan. He believes a lot in the jihadi thinking and actions of the terrorists. He had made it the aim of his life to bring Sharia law by removing the democracy government by doing Jihad against the infidels and the infidel government in India. For this, he was in constant contact with Firdaus, a resident of Anantnag, a senior Mujahid associate associated with Hizbul Mujahideen Pir Panjal Tanjim. It was Firdaus who administered him the oath of joining Hizbul Mujahideen Pir Panjal.

Used to invite to join Hizbul

In order to do Jihad in India and to strengthen his Tanjim, he had received instructions from his senior Mujahid companions (emirs) to make more and more people Jihadis and connect them to his Tanjim. For this, Ahmed used to meet people and invite them to join Hizbul Mujahideen through social media. Also, Jihadi used to post videos on social media. He went to Srinagar and Anantnag twice for arms training at the behest of Firdaus and Pakistani terrorist handler. He does not believe in the constitution and government of the country. He is confident that Sharia will be implemented in India one day or the other.

Ahmed Raza wanted to become a Badri commando with the help of Ahsan Ghazi

Suspected Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Ahmed Raza, who was caught by UP ATS, has very dangerous plans. He wanted to get trained in more lethal weapons despite having undergone arms training twice in the jungles of Anantnag in Jammu and Kashmir. When he told his plans to Pakistani handler Ahsan Ghazi, Ghazi advised him to become a Badri commando. After this Ahmed Raza became obsessed with going to Afghanistan and taking training to become a Badri commando.

Actually, there is a fear of Badri commando's unit in Afghanistan. After receiving commando training from the Haqqani network, the Badri commando unit, equipped with American state-of-the-art weapons, is considered the most dangerous among all terrorist organizations around the world. The unit is said to have been named after the Battle of Badr 1400 years ago. In this battle, 313 people defeated an entire enemy army. At the same time, when America left Afghanistan, about nine lakh weapons and armored vehicles were captured by the Taliban fighters. These are now used by the Badri unit. This includes bulletproof jackets, state-of-the-art rifles, night vision equipment, Black Hawk helicopters, etc.