New Delhi: Lashkar-e-Toiba agent Abdul Aziz assumed name Ashrafi moniker Giddah, who was captured by the Telangana Police after his expelling from Saudi Arabia, feels that the ‘status of Muslims in India is not as terrible as in different nations’, a report said on Wednesday.
While communicating his perspective to his handler Mohd Ismail and Pakistani LeT part Salim Junaid, Giddah said, there is no need of jihad in India as the state of the Muslims in the nation is not as awful as in different nations.
By report distributed in ‘The Times of India’, Giddah, a top jihadi, had said this in 1997, when Ismail and Junaid requesting that he wage jihad in India.
By report, Giddah additionally battled the “jihadi” war in Bosnia and Chechnya and was more disposed to battle in these territories as opposed to India.
Be that as it may, he was persuaded by chief of Saudi-based NGO International Islamic Relief Organization Sheik Ahmed to take up arms against India over Babri pulverization furthermore paid him Rs 9.5 lakh.
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Abdul Aziz, an inhabitant of Babanagar in Jalpally in Telangana, was professedly included in two cases relating to connivance to bring about impacts in Hyderabad in 2001 and to bring about blast at Ganesh sanctuary in Secunderabad in 2004.
The bad-to-the-bone shared component and the LeT agent, planned to bring about blasts in twin urban communities.
He was captured in August 2001 and was discharged on safeguard in December that year. Nonetheless, he bounced the safeguard in August 2003 and had been slipping off from that point forward.
Abdul Aziz was extradited to India from Jeddah by Saudi powers. The LeT agent was captured at Lucknow air terminal this month by the Uttar Pradesh ATS and Telangana police after he arrived by a flight from Jeddah.
In 2005 Saudi powers had captured him when he attempted to move to Iraq to battle American powers.