Militants in Pakistan arrested with Indian Explosives?

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Five ‘militants’ held in Karachi with explosives

Thursday, 29 Oct, 2009

KARACHI: The CID police on Wednesday claimed to have arrested five members of a banned militant outfit and seized about 150 kilos of explosives of Indian origin, automatic rifles and suicide vests from them.


A senior CID police official said that the five suspected militants, all residents of Karachi, were arrested in different parts of Orangi Town and they were planning terror attacks on key installations in the city.

‘Initial investigations suggest that they all are militants and associated with the banned Lashkar-i-Jhangvi. They have a history of police arrests on different charges,’ said CID SP Fayyaz Khan.

‘We have seized two suicide jackets, two sacks containing 150 kilos of explosives made by an Indian company and five Kalashnikov rifles with bullets and magazines.’

The SP was speaking to reporters at the DJ College Ground on Dr Ziauddin Ahmed Road where the seized explosives and suicide jackets were being defused by the officials of the Bomb Disposal Squad.

However, he did not offer an explanation when asked why he chose a playground, and that too in the high-security zone of the city, for a site to defuse the seized explosives.

When asked whether the arrested suspects had any links with India, the official said that investigations were in an early stage and the CID did not reach any conclusion about the suspects’ connections with the neighbouring country.

The arrested suspects, aged between 25 and 26 years, are identified as Nasir alias Saifullah, Shakeel Barmi, Atif alias Chooha, Wasim alias Baroodi and Afzal alias Rickshaw Wala.

The official was reluctant to share details of the police action which led to the arrest of the suspected militants.

However, he said the CID police were looking for four of their accomplices – Rasheed Swati, Arif alias Chota, Danish and Naseer – who were still at large.

The CID police claimed that the arrested suspects were planning to target government buildings and prominent individuals. ‘Their main targets were government buildings and hotels,’ said SP Khan.

‘The initial investigations revealed that the suspects were also planning to target prominent personalities including politicians and government members.’

The seized explosives were put on display at the DJ College Ground. The inscription on the two white plastic bags containing about 100 kilos of potassium chlorate, read: ‘Manufactured by Vaigai Industries, Karaikal, India’.

The remaining 50 kilos of explosive material was packed in two small aluminium boxes.

The fresh arrest of the alleged militants came as a fifth such action of the CID in the city, as only a couple of weeks ago they had arrested the alleged Amir of the Karachi chapter of the banned Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan and his accomplices.
 

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The seized explosives were put on display at the DJ College Ground. The inscription on the two white plastic bags containing about 100 kilos of potassium chlorate, read: ‘Manufactured by Vaigai Industries, Karaikal, India’.
Background:
Vaigai is a major supplier of Potassium chlorate to the fireworks and safety match industries and has a 40% market share in India. Our 11 distribution centres at strategic locations form an extensive network across the country, backed by solid logistics and communication facilities ensures a smooth supply of our products throughout India.



We are the largest exporter of Potassium Chlorate from India, our exports reach across three continents, covering 25+ countries. We have been acknowledged as top quality manufacturer by both domestic and overseas customers



Besides increasing our capacity and customer base, we constantly upgrade our manufacturing technology to attain better efficiency and product quality.

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Potassium chlorate is primarily used for fireworks and match-sticks in India. Ofcourse it was diwali time in India, hence they might have been fooled into giving such huge amounts of raw materials to un-authorized buyers.

This should set an alarm, so that care in taken to do a background check of where these raw materials go. Pakistan will try to project as if RAW is behind all this now.
 

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Thanks for that QM. That was slik work from you. Lashkar e Janghvi is a known anti I dia outfit. Why the hell will India give them explosives? Rahman mallik might have got so e purchased and given to them to prove his crazy thoughts he as put forth.
 

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The don't need Indian explosives really.

They got the best bomb making experts in the world with AQ and other similar outfits. These were trained in bomb making by some of the best intelligence outfits like CIA, ISI during the Afghan Jihad and further developed by them in the last two decades.
 

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Karaikal is a part of Pondy and not having a big background of fireworks production but chemicals and other raw materials to be produced, but WHY RAW given this Material to them with a manufacture tags attached????
 

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ohhh they did not find letter signed by President of India with them hahahhaa....:twizt::twizt::twizt:
 

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Karaikal is a part of Pondy and not having a big background of fireworks production but chemicals and other raw materials to be produced, but WHY RAW given this Material to them with a manufacture tags attached????
ohhh they did not find letter signed by President of India with them hahahhaa....:twizt::twizt::twizt:
Same reason Pakistan sent a Pakistani Kasab for Bombay
 

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Same reason Pakistan sent a Pakistani Kasab for Bombay
Dear sir your own govt, failed to back your own home minister (Malik) claims. Wat's the use of this statement, untill your govt give prooff to India and World. :india::india:
 

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Same reason Pakistan sent a Pakistani Kasab for Bombay
Hey, its proven that who sent Kasab from Pakistan. On the other hand, finding some Indian mark on some chemicals doesn't mean anything. Anyone would have bought the chemicals from the market. And it is not yet proven that India has sent it to Pakistan. It could have been an ISI agent who might have sent the labels of that company to stick it up on the found material to implicate India. Possibilities are endless unless there is substantial proof that some one from India was involved.
 

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Same reason Pakistan sent a Pakistani Kasab for Bombay
That is the reason you see a bomb-blast in Pakistan everyday. :tank:

Your terrorists are coming home to rule the roost.
 

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Five ‘militants’ held in Karachi with explosives

Thursday, 29 Oct, 2009

The SP was speaking to reporters at the DJ College Ground on Dr Ziauddin Ahmed Road where the seized explosives and suicide jackets were being defused by the officials of the Bomb Disposal Squad.

However, he did not offer an explanation when asked why he chose a playground, and that too in the high-security zone of the city, for a site to defuse the seized explosives.


This just proves that this was a stage managed affair by the local authorities.
 

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I believe items stolen from the US soldiers are on for sale in Kabul and I have also read somewhere that Indian Ordnance manufactured items are also available for sale in NWFP.

The world is globalised today, it would not be surprising to find chemicals from India, rifles from Russia, vests from US, ammo from China in the hands of terrorists but what matters is where the terrorists originate from and/or who are their masters.
 

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I believe items stolen from the US soldiers are on for sale in Kabul and I have also read somewhere that Indian Ordnance manufactured items are also available for sale in NWFP.

The world is globalised today, it would not be surprising to find chemicals from India, rifles from Russia, vests from US, ammo from China in the hands of terrorists but what matters is where the terrorists originate from and/or who are their masters.
No at the moment in Peshwar we have US army laptops. Yaar they are really tough things. They are also selling Mig19 aircraft. However, they have to dismental them before selling them :)

BTW Yousaf u deleted my post, it was not a threat or a flame dude. It was a fact. Thing have been like that in past and in future they will be same.
 

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No at the moment in Peshwar we have US army laptops. Yaar they are really tough things. They are also selling Mig19 aircraft. However, they have to dismental them before selling them :)

BTW Yousaf u deleted my post, it was not a threat or a flame dude. It was a fact. Thing have been like that in past and in future they will be same.
I have also heard of imported exotic high end electronic items and vehicles are available at dirt cheap prices in Peshawar. :icon_salut: Salute to the Pathan businessmen.
 

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This is another petty attempt to frame India & to divert the attention away from its own home grown terror.

What ever is happening in Pakistan is just. As the saying goes "What you Sow is what you Reap".
 

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