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Revealed: Indian Mujahideen used porn novel to create fake email IDs

To ensure that their communication is not tracked, the IM operatives created fake email IDs that were changed every month.


Revealed: Indian Mujahideen used porn novel to create fake email IDs

New Delhi: The Indian Mujahideen operatives who carried out the deadly Hyderabad blasts in 2013 were in touch with each other through email IDs created with the help of a 10-page gay porn novel titled “Stuff My Stocking”, a media report said on Monday.

Team leader Riyaz Bhatkal had instructed his associates to communicate with him only via email or social networking site Nimbuzz, India Today reported.

To ensure that their communication is not tracked, the IM operatives created fake email IDs that were changed every month.

Bhatkal had sent his four-member IM team a 10-page gay porn novel 'Stuff My Stocking' with the instruction that they would create an email ID on the basis of the first word of the page assigned to them.

The email IDs were changed every month depending on the page each member was assigned to read. By the time the blasts were executed in February 2013, each operative had changed his email ID at least five times, according to the India Today report.

Some of the IDs used words such as Ubhot4u, lovesam361, patarasingh, halwa.wala and tashan99.

The February 21, 2013 serial blasts in Hyderabad's Dilsukhnagar area had killed 17 people and injured 120 others.

IM carried out the blasts under the command of Riyaz Bhatkal.

The attack came six days after the execution of Afzal Guru, who was convicted for his role in the December 2001 Parliament attack, on February 9.

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