JeM planning to take revenge by attacking Indian Parliament

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New Delhi: Pakistan based militant group Jaish-e-Muhammed (JeM) is planning to attack on Parliament of India to take revenge of surgical strike carried by Indian army across the Line Of Control (LoC) recently.

According to intelligence agencies inputs have reportedly JeM Chief Maulana Masood Azhar is thinking about attacking Indian Parliament.

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The agency says that the intelligence agency and the Jammu and Kashmir CID had been tipped off about Jaish planning a ‘spectacular attack.’

The report suggests that the operatives had been told to carry out attacks on Delhi Secretariat, Akshardham and Lotus temples if they failed to conduct suicide attack on Parliament of India.

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The Interpol has already issued a fresh Red Corner notice against JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar and his brother Abdul Rauf for their alleged involvement in the attack on the Indian Air Force Base.

Earlier, Afzal Guru in 2001 had carried out an attack on the parliament. He was hanged to death on February 9, 2013, following his conviction.


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