17 years of attack on Parliament: these three terrorists have created a horrific conspiracy
Today’s 17th anniversary of terror attack on Parliament In the year 2001, on December 13, in the NDA regime, terrorists attacked Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad terrorists on the Parliament. In that attack 14 people, including 5 militants, were killed and 18 were injured.
Indian security agencies claim that this whole incident was accomplished by three dreaded terrorists Maulana Masood Azhar, Gazi Baba alias Abu Jehadi and Tariq Ahmed, who were in Pakistan. At that time Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s government was at the center and now the BJP government under the leadership of Narendra Modi is ruling the country. But the real culprits of the terrorist attack on Parliament, called the Temple of Democracy, have not been punished yet.
Either India has tried many times to catch those three terrorists. But even today, the three are out of India’s arrest. According to the information, those enemies of India are in the protection of Pakistan. One of which still does not boil of poisoning against India. Tell you who are the enemies of India and what are you doing now?
Maulana Masood Azhar
The name of Maulana Masood Azhar in the infamous terrorists comes to the top, in 1994, Azhar of Jaish-e-Mohammed, who was roaming in Srinagar, was arrested in February. To release this terrorist, in 1995 his colleagues kidnapped some foreign tourists. Although one of these managed to escape, while the rest of the tourists were killed. After that in 1999, Anantki managed to get rid of Masood Azhar after hijacking the Kandahar aircraft.
Only after Vajpayee’s release from India, he had plotted an attack on the Indian Parliament. He did not stay here, it is believed that in 2008, he had an important role in the terrorist attack in Mumbai. In the 2016 Pathankot terrorist attack, his role is also considered suspicious. Indian army and security agencies had accused Azhar and his brother as guilty for the incident. After this, India exposed his activities internationally, after which Interpol issued a red corner notice against him for the second time.
India has tried that Azhar should be declared an international terrorist, on which the US agreed. But in this case China always vetoes. Many organizations like America, Australia and England have declared their organization Jaish-e-Mohammad along with India as terror groups. Whereas in Pakistan it has got a hero status.
Even after giving evidence of India, Pakistan does not take any action against it. After the Mumbai terror attacks, Pakistan refused to arrest him. He even said that he does not know where Azhar lies, while in the media report it was told that he lives in Bhavalpur of Pak. At the same time, he remains a lover of Pakistan’s notorious ISI. Many times his videos were viral while addressing the Pak public, but the Pak government did not know anything.
Shah Nawaz Khan aka Doctor
Shah Nawaz Khan alias Gazi Baba, who was called the mastermind of the attack on the Indian Parliament, was killed in August 2003 near Srinagar. It is considered not only to attack the Parliament but also for many suicide attacks in Jammu and Kashmir. Border Security Force (BSF) killed Gazi, Chief Commander (Operations) of Pak Intimidate Group Jaish-e-Mohammed, in Nurbagh with his teammates in an 11-hour encounter under an operation.
He had many names, Abu Jehadi, Shahbaz Khan, Abu Hijrat But most of his people had his most popular name in the doctor. This terrorist is believed to be the mastermind of the Kandahar aircraft hijacking in 1999. It was also named after the kidnapping of foreign tourists in 1995 to rescue Maulana Azhar.
Tariq Ahmed, who was working with Gazi Baba, had another mastermind of terror attack on Parliament. And at the same time started planning an operation. Meanwhile, he met Masood Azhar and then all three of them carried forward their dangerous plan. Tariq was living in Pakistan even after the attack. Although there is not much information about this. In his bar, it is said that he has died. Although no agency does not confirm this yet.