New Delhi, Jan 7: It has been over a week since the investigations into the busted Islamic State inspired module have commenced. When the group which went by the name Harkat-ul Harb e Islam was busted, it was said that it was inspired by the Islamic State.
Is the China-Pakistan bonhomie wearing off? The BRICS declaration condemned the role various terror groups, but the one that was the highlight was the Jaish-e-Mohammad. It may be recalled that China had refused to support the ban on the Jaish chief Maulana Masood Azhar.
The Jaish-e-Mohammad has claimed responsibility for the Pulwama attack at Jammu and Kashmir in which 8 security personnel were martyred. The group’s spokesperson Hasan Shah said that it was the Jaish which carried out the attack. Shah also detailed the entire operation to a local news agency in Pakistan. Intelligence Bureau officials tell OneIndia that they have managed to confirm that it was a Jaish led strike. It is being seen as a revenge strike, the IB officer also said.
New Delhi, Dec 20: ‘The Kashmiri Mujahideens, Maoists and Khalistani fighters will not suffer any financial hardship. We are able to get the small currency by exchanging dollars, pounds and euros easily.’
This is what Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar had to write about in weekly online magazine published by the outfit. The JeM publishes an online magazine called Qalam and Azhar which feature Azhar’s pieces written under the pen name Saadi.
Srinagar, Sept 10: The Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) has released a kill list. In a video released, the JeM threatens to kill 25 people in Jammu and Kashmir who are with the Indian government. The militant names 25 people out of which 5 are members of the PDP, the party that rules Jammu and Kashmir along with the BJP