BREAKING NEWS: India’s One Of The Most Wanted Terrorist Caught

BREAKING NEWS: India’s One Of The Most Wanted Terrorist Caught


Gujarat’s Anti-Terrorism Squad today arrested Lashkar-e-Taiba’s (LeT) Most Wanted Terrorist Bilal Ahmed in Delhi.

The terrorist was handed over to the Special Cell of the Delhi Police.

Ahmed’s arrest comes a fortnight ahead of the Republic Day celebrations in the national capital where heads of ASEAN nations will be present as chief guests.

Ahmed was also involved in the suicide attack on Red Fort in Old Delhi on December 22, 2000 in which two soldiers and 1 civilian were killed.

The 13 September 2008 Delhi bombings were a series of five synchronised bomb blasts that took place within a span of few minutes on Saturday, 13 September 2008 at various locations in Delhi, India. The first bomb exploded at 18:07 IST, and four other blasts followed in succession, with at least 30 people killed and over 100 injured.

On 22 December 2000, a terrorist attack took place on Red Fort in Delhi, India. It was carried out by Pakistani terrorist group Lashkar-e-Toiba. It killed two soldiers and one civilian, in what was described in the media as an attempt to derail the India-Pakistan peace talks.

Red Fort is an extremely important Indian facility as it hosts the Prime Minister of India annually on August 15 Which is Indian independence day.

The Red Fort is also significant historically as it was taken over from British control and is an iconic site in India. As a result of the attack, the Indian capital of Delhi, and India as a whole was shaken from the incident.