Indian Mujahideen threatens to attack Delhi Games

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New Delhi, Sep 19: The terrorist group Indian Mujahideen threatened to attack the Commonwealth Games in a statement issued on Sunday, Sep 19.

The terrorist group's threaten came just hours after the shooting at Jama Masjid. Two unidentified men fired at a tourist bus near the gate number 3 of the Jama Masjid and injured 2 foriegn tourists.

The statement by the Indian Mujahideen denounced the killings of civilians in Jammu and Kashmir and Indian Mujahideen pledged to hit at the Commonwealth Games starting on Oct 3.

Indian Mujahideen, which has been declared as a terror group by Central Government, told that the coming attack on Commonwealth Games is in return to the killing of Amin and Muhammad Sajid who were killed during the Batla House encounter on Sep 19, 2008.

"We know that preparations for the Games are at its peak, beware, we too are preparing in full swing for a great surprise," said the Indian Mujahideen's statement emailed to a news agency.

"In the name of Allah we dedicate this attack of retribution to martyrs, Shaheed Atif Amin and Shaheed Muhammad Sajid."

"The participants will be solely responsible for the outcome of our attacks as our bands of Mujahideen love death more than you love life," the statement added.

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