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Will marry a virgin in heaven, Batla House accused Sajid said before dying


New Delhi, May 25: Bada Sajid, the Indian Mujahideen operative who appeared in a video last week had dreamt about marrying a virgin in heaven.

This man who appeared in a video claimed to have been released by the ISIS is heard threatening India with dire consequences. Intelligence Agencies had confirmed that he had died while fighting in Syria.


Bada Sajid against who there are a host of allegations including providing shelter to those accused who were part of the infamous Batla House encounter in Delhi originally hails from Sanjarpur in Uttar Pradesh.

According to the NIA he had participated in the Indian Mujahideen bombings at Delhi, Ahmed and Jaipur in which over a 100 persons had been killed.

I will marry a virgin in heaven:

Bada Sajid originally with the Indian Mujahideen had fled the country after the serial blasts. Originally from Uttar Pradesh, he left for Mumbai where he worked with a diamond merchant.

He is believed to have joined the Indian Mujahideen at the insistence of Atif Alim an operative in the IM.

According to the NIA he had fled the country after the blasts in 2008. He is said to have gone to the UAE and then to Pakistan.

However his journey to Syria is not very clear, but the Intelligence Bureau had picked up information based on the various messages put out by operatives.

The death of Sajid while fighting in Syria too came through the various handles operated by the ISIS.

Following his death there were a series of tweets stating that Sajid had attained martyrdom.

One of the tweets read that he had been waging jihad against India since he was 12.

Another tweet claimed that he had dreamt before his death of marrying a virgin in heaven or a hoor-ul-ayn.

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