Abdul Karim Tunda investigated by Crime Reporter
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Terror suspect Abdul Karim Tunda, the latest catch by the authorities and a mastermind in making and planting bombs, was investigated by Crime Reporter. Crime Reporter went deep into his past and exposed things which no one else besides Tunda himself knows.
Tunda, one of the most trusted comrades in LeT, has handed out certain information which has not only confirmed the reports of the terrorist networks activities but has also disclosed the intentions of their forth-coming plans.
It is clear that Tunda is a great catch for the investigating agencies. His revelations show that Pakistani spy agency ISI and major terrorist organizations do have plans to spread terror attack in India on a large scale.
The kind of terrorist networks being developed are a serious threat to the internal security of the country. Defense expert Kamar Aga says that the West Pakistani terrorist organization has global network.
A terrorist organization alone works on diversity and strengthens the boys through terror network, he says.
Kamar Aga is also of the view that Pakistan plans to free the terrorist in Indian jails and for this they do training and help the sleeper cells.
Tunda has also revealed plans to disrupt upcoming festive season and has also said that they have some known faces in their hit list. Expert Bharat Verma says arrest of Tunda was very important and security agencies should not take these revelations lightly.
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