Lucknow: Saifullah, a terrorist of the Islamic fundamentalist organization Jaish-e-Mohammed, who was arrested from Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh, has revealed many secrets in the custody of UP ATS. Saifullah has told ATS that I had been taking information about terrorist activities through the internet for the last 5 years. I was influenced by terrorist organisations because I was dreaming of making India an Islamic country. He told "I joined a group of terror outfits through social media about two-and-a-half years ago.''
Terrorist Saifullah has said that I had run a campaign to connect the youth around me and the youth of Fatehpur, Kanpur and Prayagraj were added to my group. Apart from UP, it has also confirmed active people associated with terror in Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Kashmir and Gujarat. Saifullah alias Habibul has revealed the names of 8 of these people in front of Habibul at ATS. During the interrogation of terrorist Saifullah, it was revealed that Habibul Islam alias Saifullah is well-versed in making virtual IEDs and he gave about 50 virtual IDs to many Pakistani and Afghan terrorists including Nadeem. Through social media channels such as Telegram, WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, Saifullah was in touch with several handlers sitting in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Habibul alias Saifullah was connected to various groups through virtual IDs and he used to give virtual IDs to other members as well.
Apart from Saifullah, important revelations have also been made about Jaish terrorist Mohammad Nadeem, who was caught from Saharanpur. The entire online course of the fidayeen attack has been found from the mobile of terrorist Mohammad Nadeem. This online course gave the complete way to create an IED. Nadeem was taking online training in making RDX and dynamite. Not only this, but some pages related to Nadeem's mobile salon wolf attack training have also been recovered.