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ISIS celebrated death of VHP leader Ashok Singhal

By Vicky

New Delhi, June 11: The National Investigation Agency probing the alleged ISIS module in India has managed to get a plethora of information from the chat transcripts. Among the many transcripts being scrutinised by the NIA, one read, " Good News, Ashok Singhal is dead."

Sirajuddin one of the main members of this alleged module was the most vocal on the chats. He would communicate with several members and even had spoken about the establishment of a Caliphate in Kashmir. He felt that the ISIS should launch its movement in Kashmir.


Celebrating death of VHP leader:

The chats do indicate that there was a clear amount of hatred that these members had for India. They felt that India must be rid of the Constitution and must be governed by the Caliphate.

They would discuss every issue in India. On November 17, 2005 following the death of VHP leader, Ashok Singhal, there were celebrations online.

Sirajuddin who conveyed the news regarding the death of Singhal posted online, " Good News, Ashok Singhal is dead." NIA officials say that there were constant attempts to communalise the youth they were trying to draw towards them.

He would boast that he had nearly 300 members with him. He also speaks about roping in more women into their fold.

Sirajuddin, had several times indicated that he wanted to go to Syria and train. However he was clear that after the training he wanted to return to India and launch the movement in a big way from Kashmir.

In one of the chats, he says that Kashmir should not be governed by Pakistan. It should be under the Caliphate and he had even prepared a special currency for the state.

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