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‘3-4 women IM bombers are waiting for orders’

The alleged co-founder of Indian Mujahideen, Ahmed Sidibapa alias Yasin Bhatkal has made chilling confessions before the interrogators. According to Yasin Bhatkal, Indian Mujahideen has nearly 10-12 suicide bombers in India including 3-4 women, said a source close to interrogation.

He further discloses that these suicide bombers are waiting for instruction from IM to unleash terrorist attacks in India in the upcoming festive season.

Bhatkal stunned the interrogators with his confessions that all fidayeen attackers have been trained by Pakistani-intelligence agency ISI.

In the meanwhile, reports claimed on Thursday that the IM co-founder, who was recently arrested from the Indo-Nepal border, may have been replaced by the No. 2 the home-grown terror outfit Indian Mujahideen.

The most likely successor could have been second-in-command in the terror group, blamed for deadly blasts across top Indian cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad.

Ahmed Sidibapa alias Yasin Bhatkal was arrested late last month from India-Nepal border after being on the run for over five years.

Hailing from Bhatkal in Karnataka, Yasin Bhatkal is alleged to have co-founded IM in 2008. The IM was designated a terrorist group by the government under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act in June, 2010.

Meanwhile, he reportedly revealed that terror group Indian Mujahideen is fully funded and managed by Pakistani intelligence agency the ISI.

Yasin Bhatkal also told the investigators that the ISI created Indian Mujahideen to give the impression of home grown terror in India. The move also helped the ISI to hide its own footprints on terror strikes in India. The investigators found 70 improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and raw material from Mangalore hideout after Yasin Bhatkal’s disclosures.
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