December 24 — Four men of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) of Pakistan, who entered Mumbai to carry out 26/11 type attack in the city, could be “foreigners”, says police. They are believed to have entered India from the Bangladeshi border.
Mumbai police commissioner Sanjeev Dayal told to the reporters, “The nationality of the four terrorists could not be ascertained yet, but they do not appear to be Indians. They could be from other country or countries.”
Yesterday, Mumbai police said in a press conference that the four LeT members have sneaked recently into the city to carry out “violent” attcks ahead of Christmas and New Year celebrations.
Last night, Himanshu Roy, the joint police commissioner (crime), told to reporters, “The four jihadis were identified as Abdul Kareem Moosa, Noor Abu Ilahi, Walid Jinnah and Mahfooz Alam. The four recently sneaked into the city to carry out extremely dangerous activities.”
A sketch of one of the four men named Jinnah was also released yesterday and an alert was issued in the financial capital.
Mumbai In Alert, LeT Men To Repeat 26/11
Earlier, on Tuesday, the Centre sounded terror alert for Ahmedabad and Mumbai after the inputs of Intelligence that LeT operatives may have entered the two cities.
In a bit to neutralise the LeT men, the city police has formed Special cells and a dedicated phone number has also been set up. People can pass on any related information to 022-22633333.