Mumbareshwar Temple: ISIS planned to mix the Poison in 'Prasad' to kill the devotees
Mumbareshwar Temple: ISIS planned to mix the Poison in 'Prasad' to kill the devotees

NEW DELHI: Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has made a big disclosure in the interrogation of 10 terrorists arrested from Maharashtra on suspicion of links with the Islamic State earlier this year. The ATS's interrogation has revealed that out of the ten arrested, Abu Kittal was the only terrorist responsible for preparing the poison to be added to the Mahaprasad of Maharashtra's famous Mumbareshwar temple.

Abu Kittal's old name is Jamman Nawab Khetepad. According to sources, Abu Kittal was poisoning at the behest of ISIS, which was planned to be merged with the temple's Mahaprasad. It may be mentioned that the accused Abu Kittal is a pharmacist by profession and has been an employee of the Municipal Corporation of Mumbai. Abu Kittal took advantage of his pharmacist knowledge to poison the temple's Mahaprasad and produced the poison according to the procedures and guidelines given in the Military Science Channel of ISIS.

After which Kital carefully handled the poison in a bottle. According to the information received, Abu Kittal was also well aware of chemical science and explosives. The ATS's interrogation revealed that he had planned to put the infidels to death through explosions and poison. After poisoning people, they planned to go to ISIS-occupied areas in Syria and continue fighting there.

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