Taking jihad to the rest of India
After the October 29, 2005 serial blasts in Delhi, the Delhi police was convinced that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, the Pakistan-based terrorist organisation, was responsible for the multiple acts of terrorism, which killed 63 people and injured hundreds more.
The Mumbai police suspect the Lashkar's hand in the July 11, 2006 serial blasts on Western Railway trains, which killed at least 200 people and injured over 700 others.
The police investigation after the Delhi blasts reveal that the Lashkar continues to grow menacing in the Kashmir valley despite the Indian Army's robust resistance. The Lashkar, a highly secretive organisation, is opposed to the India-Pakistan peace process and is determined to abort it.
rediff.com Managing Editor (National Affairs) Sheela Bhatt obtained exclusive information about the Lashkar's well-funded and well-organised set-up in the Kashmir valley. The Indian Army and other intelligence sources collected this information after hundreds of hours of interrogation of Lashkar terrorists captured in the valley.
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Reportage: Sheela Bhatt | Photograph: AFP/Getty Images
Image: Chaos after the Delhi blasts.
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