Pak woman spy, terrorist sent to kill Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi
New Delhi, Dec 14: A woman spy along with her companion, who was arrested recently, came to India with a motive to kill Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. The startling revelation was made by the Delhi police on Tuesday, Dec 13.

The officials of the Special Cell of Delhi police informed that Soofia Kanwal and Imran, who have been identified as jihadis from Karachi, Pakistan, were sent to the country with some devastating motives.

The two detained terrorists were about to explode Akshardham Temple in Ahmedabad and the Cantonment areas in Agra and Delhi. Sources said that the duo were trained by Pakistan's ISI.

A Police official of Delhi branch said, "They have not revealed details of their plan to kill Modi. We are investigating whether Lashkar, Indian Mujahideen or Jaish were providing them logistics."

Delhi police, however, have already alerted Gujarat sleuths about the possible terror threat lingering on the CM and other prominent places in the state.

After seizing many SIM cards from the arrested duo, the police also informed, "Indian Mujahideen members had procured all SIM cards on the basis of fake documents. They would keep changing numbers every two weeks to evade police."

Here comes the question - despite being the supreme target of terror attack, will Modi visit Pakistan as recently he has been invited to the country to attend a special business meeting and to enlighten the businessmen in the country with the success story of development in Gujarat.

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