Colombo blasts mastermind Zahran Hashim was trained in India: report
NEW DELHI (92 News) – Zahran Hashim, the mastermind of the Colombo blasts, was trained in India, revealed a report by Indian newspaper The Hindu on Saturday.
92 News had exposed the involvement of India in the Colombo attacks five days earlier.
The report quoting a top military source said that Zahran Hashim was trained in India and stayed in Keerala and Tamil Nado for three years.
The report says Zahran Hashim, the leader of National Thawheed Jama’ut which carried out the attacks, maintained virtual links with the youth believed to be of Indian origin. The National Thawheed Jama’ut had also links with India.
India, which had earlier accused Pakistan of spreading terrorism, is itself involved in spreading terrorism.
India is using the weapon of terrorism as state policy. Indian spy Kalbhushan Jhadav is a glaring example of the Indian state terrorism.
The Indian media has also questioned the government about the arrival of Zahran Hashim to India. The Indian silence over the issue is tantamount to confession of the crime.
As many as 253 people were killed in the Easter Sunday bombings which were claimed by Daesh. The Sri Lankan government has confirmed there were nine suicide bombers, eight of whom have been identified. Authorities have focused their investigations on international links to two domestic groups — National Thawheed Jama’ut and Jammiyathul Millathu Ibrahim — they believe carried out the attacks.