Friday, September 6, 2013

Hubli at centre of ‘Karachi Project’: Yasin Bhatkal

Bengaluru: Key terror suspect and co-founder of proscribed terror outfit 'Indian Muja­hideen', Mohammed Sidibapa alias Yasin Bhatkal, has reportedly told the National Investigation Agency sleuths that Hubli in Karnataka is at the centre stage of the ISI-backed 'Kar­achi Pro­ject' to conduct terror attacks in the country under the guidance of slain militant Shahid Bilal's uncle Farh­atullah Ghauri from Hyderabad, who is reportedly funding the sleeper modules in India from Saudi Arabia.

Bilal was gunned down by the ISI in 2007 in Karachi. Hubli has been under the radar of security agencies after the ban on Students Islamic Movement of India in September 2001 following the 9/11 US attack.

Anti and pro-jehadist factions with its committed ansar (full-time cadre) Safdar Nagori heading the jehadi faction. Nagori was arrested in 2008 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Hubli continued to remain under the surveillance of the Intelligence agencies. In 2007, the Karnataka police arrested 20 hardcore members of SIMI for holding a terror conspiracy camp at Castle Rock, which was organised by its South India chief, Hafiz Husain and Shibli Peedical Abdul, an Idukki-born software engineer and an alleged aide of Lashkar-e-Tayyaba. Peedical was reportedly involved in the 2006 serial bombings in Mumbai and is lodged in the Belgaum Central prison.
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