Pak terror biz losing profit? Indian militants told to step up attacks

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New Delhi, Aug 22: The Pakistani Army and ISI are reportedly pushing Indian militants in their country to either intensify their terror attacks on India or leave it. The revelation has been made by arrested Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative Abdul Karim Tunda, said reports.

According to intelligence sources, the Pakistani establishment thinks that Indian militants residing there are not being fully utilised although big money is being spent for their safety.

India has given Pakistan a list of 20 key terror activists hiding in Pakistan, including the notorious don, Dawood Ibrahim, the Bhatkal brothers of the Indian Mujahideen, Babbar Khalsa International's (BKI) Wadhawa Singh besides the 70-year-old Tunda himself.

Tunda has reportedly said that the ISI was not happy with terror groups like the BKI and wanted them to carry out more destructive operations on the Indian soil.

Tunda, who also had close links with Punjab terror outfits, said that he had left Pakistan after getting an order of the ISI to step up terror activities in India. Security agencies feel that these revelations send ominous signals for India and the latter needs to tighten its security more.

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