Jundal exposes plan to attack Nashik police academy


New Delhi, Jul 3: More and more damning information seem to be emerging out of 26/11 handler and Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) member Abu Jundal who was arrested by the Delhi police. Jundal has now revealed that the LeT had plans to attack the Nashik Police Academy in Maharashtra.

Reports say that the terror group had planned a major strike on the police academy after their successful attack on the Lahore Police Academy in Pakistan carried out by the Taliban on Mar 30, 2009.

It has been reported that Jundal along with his associates had carried out a recce of the Lahore police academy to inflict strikes and wanted to do something similar operation in India. The plan was to camoflage themselves in police uniform and infiltrate the Nashik academy.

According to sources, the plan suffered a setback after certain key arrests were made on the Pune German Bakery blast case in Feb 2010. Jundal had allegedly stated that the plans to attack the Nashik police academy was still on in spite of the fact that he was caught and deported from Saudi Arabia on Jun 21.

As per Jundal's comments the plans were still on and that certain LeT elements in Pakistan are working towards this. Jundal's capture is seen as a breakthrough in the Mumbai terror attacks in 2008 and will reveal the role of Pakistan and the ISI in the terror attacks.

Hailing from Beed district in Maharashtra, he went to Pakistan for terror training and was one of the key masterminds of the deadly 26/11 terror attacks.

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