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ISI, Indian Mujahideen planning 'sticky' bomb blasts in India

New Delhi: Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI has roped in Indian Mujahideen to create mayhem during Republic Day by using magnetic explosive device for spectacular strikes.The revelations were made by the Intelligence Bureau who said
India TV News Desk January 24, 2014 11:54 IST
India TV News Desk
New Delhi: Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence or ISI has roped in Indian Mujahideen to create mayhem during Republic Day by using magnetic explosive device for spectacular strikes.

The revelations were made by the Intelligence Bureau who said that ISI has given it the code name ‘Chipkoo Bomb'.

According to the report, IM has developed a group for the task and for this around 35 militants were given training by Lashkar in Pakistan's Wazirabad area.

The militants have prepared 15 such sticky bombs.