RSS' Nagpur HQ's was on Lashkar radar

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New Delhi, Jun 29: With 26/11 handler and purported head of India operations of the Lashkar-e-Toiba, Abu Jundal under police custody, many stunning truths seem to be emerging. Prominent among them being that among the possible targets was also the headquarters of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in Nagpur. The RSS HQ's was on the hit list of the LeT.

The role played by Jundal and how he was heavily supported by Pakistan is revealing more and more on the deadly 26/11 attacks that led to the killing of many Indian and foreign nationals.

Jundal also revealed the stunning details about the Karachi control room that gave step by step instructions to the 10 terrorists to carry out the 26/11 carnage. The presence of ISI officials along with senior Lashkar commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi was also a stunning expose. Jundal reportedly closely worked with Lakhvi to plan such brutal attacks.

Meanwhile, there are reports that Jundal got into the Laskhar group post the 2002 Gujarat riots. After moving up the ranks in the terror outfit, Jundal was actively involved in training the recruits in Hindi language and the whereabouts of the possible targets in India. Jundal is understood to be fluent in Marathi, Urdu, Hindi and also a bit of Arabic.

Hailing from Beed village in Maharashtra, Jundal got involved in the planning for 26/11 terror attacks in the beginning of 2008.

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