Exclusive: 'Al Qaeda plans to carry many 26/11 type terror attacks in India'
The other shocking fact is that al Qaeda is targeting to impart training to three thousand Indian youths.
The report came to the notice when the investigating agencies NIA and IB questioned Patna and Bodh Gaya blast accused Haider Ali as well as Karachi-based Mohammad Faheem and Mohammad Abdul Walid, who both have been associated with al Qaeda and Taliban.
Sources close to NIA told OneIndia that after a video of al Qaeda resurfaced last week, the Home Ministry has directed NIA and IB to dig more information related to that video and al Qaeda's plans.
On Monday, IB and NIA officials grilled three terrorists in connection with the al Qaeda. NIA officials reportedly extracted many crucial information from the three terrorists related to al Qaeda's terror plans on India.
Haider Ali's shocking revelations
Haider Ali, who is a part of banned outfit Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) reportedly told intelligence sleuths that al Qaeda has made Kashmir its weapon and is trying to make its stronghold in India.
Al Qaeda is closely monitoring the current political situation in Jammu and Kashmir. One of them also revealed that al Qaeda enjoys massive support base in Kashmir and it doesn't want to lose it at any cost.
While adding that al Qaeda will again emerge as number 1, Ali told, "al Qaeda was planning to announce Caliphate but before it could do so, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) had already announced Caliphate in Iraq."
Haider also told that al Qaeda faced a setback when Indian Mujahideen showed its interest in ISIS.
He also said that outlawed SIMI leader Safdar Nagori had ensured before his arrest that at least 1,000 Indian youths will be send to Afghanistan for getting training from al Qaeda and Taliban.
What Faheem and Walid revealed?
Faheem and Walid who were earlier associated with Laskar-e-Taiba (LeT), later joined hands with al Qaeda and Taliban.
Both of them are highly influenced by the ideology of al Qaeda and were instructed to attract more and more Indian youths in the terror outfit.
They claim to have send many youths to Afghanistan for training. Both of them revealed that 60 Indians have already be trained by the Taliban and are now a part of al Qaeda, in Pakistan.
They also revealed that the terror training camps of Taliban and al Qaeda, where Indians were recruited, are visited not only by top terror leaders but also by Pak officials.
If both of them are to believed, then the al Qaeda chief Ayman al Zawahari is hiding near Pakistan-Afghanistan border and due to security reasons, he will continue to make it as his safe haven. From his hideout, he sends video messages to the people in terror camps.
Al Qaeda wants Indian 'Fidayeen'
Al Qaeda and Taliban both want Indian-based terrorists to specialise in Fidayeen (suicide) attacks, as their impact is massive.
Al Qaeda has clearly mentioned to Indian youths that it wants to launch numerous 26/11 type terror attacks in India, for which they are being trained.