Peshawar, Dec.15 (ANI): An unheard militant group, Zarqawi, has reportedly claimed that it is being provided arms, ammunitions and finance to carry out terror strikes inside Pakistan.
According to police official, he had arrested a terror suspect named Ismail following a car bomb blast here in October, in which over 40 people were killed.
Ismail revealed that a man named Shakeel had asked him to deliver an explosive-laden vehicle from Bara in Khyber Agency to Peshawar.
Shakeel, who was also arrested later, disclosed that he works for a terror organisation called Zarqawi, which was being provided logistics by Indian agents.
The other members of the group Saeed Anwar and Saifur Rehman Saifur claimed that Indian agents in the guise of Sikhs were providing them arms, ammunition and money for carrying out terrorist attacks.
When asked about the issue, a senior police official is Peshawar also confirmed reports about Zarqawi's involvement in car bomb blasts. He added that an operation was underway in Bara to nab Zarqawi Saifur, who is said to be the group leader of the organisation.
The official also informed that the said terror organisation is also involved in kidnapping small children who are prepared for suicide attacks, The Nation reports. (ANI)