Jundullah militants dispatched for terrorism in Muharram

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Tuesday, 14 December 2010


 

taliban_3 Jundullah, a terrorist organisation, has dispatched militants for carrying out terrorism activities in the holy month of Muharramul Haram, the National Crisis Management Cell (NCMC) warned on Monday.According to reports, the NCMC sent a communiqué to the Sindh Home Department and the Sindh Police to warn about possible terror attacks during Muharram.The communiqué stated that Hamza Jufi
The SIU had also disclosed the name of Jundullah commander Shuja alias Haider; and the police had arrested a number of suspects because of similar sounding names, but the real commander has not been arrested to date.Police sources told Daily Times that Jundullah’s history suggested that these militants did not believe in suicide attacks and that they adopted guerrilla tactics instead.Therefore, law enforcement agencies suspect that Jundullah terrorists could target clerics, Sabeels and small processions by firing on them or employing roadside bombs among other modi operandi.a Police sources informed this scribe that keeping in view the possible threats, the authorities have further equipped the Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) and divided the BDS personnel into six teams for three zones. Each BDS team consists of five members who would thoroughly check all the routes of the processions and the Majalis-e-Aza.(Daily Time)

 

">  alias Misry, Jundullah commander operating from Waziristan, had dispatched a team of militants with the task of carrying out acts of terrorism in Muharram.The team of the militants, headed by local Jundullah commander Gul Khan, is planning to target camps established outside the central Majalis, processions and Sabeels located in various localities of Karachi.The Sindh Police’s Special Investigation Unit (SIU) had claimed arresting four Jundullah militants last year for the Ashura bomb blasts in Karachi.On the other hand, Lahore Police’s Crime Investigation Agency had disclosed arresting a Jaish-e-Muhammad militant who had confessed his involvement in the Ashura blasts.

The SIU had also disclosed the name of Jundullah commander Shuja alias Haider; and the police had arrested a number of suspects because of similar sounding names, but the real commander has not been arrested to date.Police sources told Daily Times that Jundullah’s history suggested that these militants did not believe in suicide attacks and that they adopted guerrilla tactics instead.Therefore, law enforcement agencies suspect that Jundullah terrorists could target clerics, Sabeels and small processions by firing on them or employing roadside bombs among other modi operandi.a Police sources informed this scribe that keeping in view the possible threats, the authorities have further equipped the Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) and divided the BDS personnel into six teams for three zones. Each BDS team consists of five members who would thoroughly check all the routes of the processions and the Majalis-e-Aza.(Daily Time)

 

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