ISIS video on Indian Jihadists features Batla House encounter suspect Sajid

New Delhi: A report on Tuesday said that a suspected militant who fled even before the Delhi Police raided south Delhi’s Batla House in the year 2008 could be one of the five terrorists who featured in recently ISIS video on the Indian Jihadists.

As per recent report, identified as Mohammed Sajid alias Bada Sajid is the one terrorist to have supposedly featured in the 22-minute long video which was posted by the terror outfit recently. Also, it is believed that Sajid was part of the Azamgarh unit of the Indian Mujahideen (IM) and that he fled to Nepal and then went to Dubai.

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As per the National Investigation Agency officials, Sajid died during raid in US that took place around ten months back, hinting that the video showing Sajid might be ten months or almost a year old.

The other four terrorists in the video have also been identified. Two of them are reportedly associated with the Azangarh unit of IM whereas the other two belong to the Kalyan unit of IM. As of now, the NIA officials are now trying to contact the families of these militants so as to know more about their connection with the ISIS.

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