1995: How an ‘unsanctioned operation’ in Nepal led to the arrest of Mohammad Dossa
In the year 1995 the Indian government launched an ‘unsanctioned operation,’ in Kathmandu, Nepal. The operation became necessary after the Nepal police refused to send its trained security forces to arrest a fugitive who had taken shelter in Kathmandu.
Rewind to 1995: Mustafa Dossa was never an accused in the Mumbai serial blasts case of 1993. The CBI or Mumbai police were not aware of his role in the case. They never knew that he was one of the conspirators in the case who was part of the Dubai meeting called by Tiger Memon before the blasts.