Special cell to file in court soon Chargesheet ready against Pak terrorist Ashraf, Special cell to file in court soon

Digital Desk, New Delhi. The charge sheet of the Special Cell of Delhi Police has been prepared against Pakistani terrorist Mohammad Ashraf, who was caught from Laxmi Nagar area of ​​Delhi last year. The officers of the Special Cell can file it in the concerned court on any day.

ISI trained Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali Ahmed Noori is a Pakistani national who was arrested for allegedly planning terrorist attacks across India.

The Special Cell was recently given 90 days to file the chargesheet on the ground that certain things are pending. A source close to the probe said that they are taking legal opinion on the draft chargesheet to be filed in the court. Huh.

According to the source, he has mentioned in the draft chargesheet that Mohammad Ashraf traveled to Thailand and the United Arab Emirates, which proved that he was not only in touch with the ISI, but was also in constant contact with others, who were in India. They wanted to create a riot-like situation.

Along with the charge sheet, six sketches of Ashraf’s associates will also be filed. SAIL raided his premises but found none.

ISI trained Ashraf was caught from Delhi’s Laxmi Nagar in October last year and is behind bars since then. The Special Cell found that he was living in India illegally since 2004 and was involved in espionage and supply of arms.

Ashraf was acting at the behest of Pakistan’s Inter Service Intelligence to spread terrorism across India. He was constantly in touch with his Pakistani handler Nasir, who was directing him for espionage and other anti-national activities. Confessed before SAIL that he was involved in terrorist activities including transportation of illegal weapons for several terror attacks.

The Special Cell had said that the accused is in an advanced stage of purchasing arms and explosives to carry out terrorist attacks in Delhi and several states. It has so far recorded statements of seven people against Mohammad Ashraf.

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The Special Cell personnel had recovered one hand grenade, one AK-47 rifle along with two loaded magazines, two pistols and a bag containing 50 live cartridges. He took the help of National Security Guard (NSG) Gurugram to defuse the grenade. It was then sent to CFSL, CBI for expert opinion. Personnel of Special Cell had also got Ashraf polygraph test done at CBI’s CFSL, Narco test at FSL Gandhi Nagar, Gujarat and brain mapping test. Several suspects have been identified and are in the process of busting the ISI sponsored terror module.


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