- Pakistani youth caught entering Indian border
- Rizwan Ashraf is a resident of Mandi Bahauddin
- Caught at Sriganganagar border in Rajasthan
- Nupur Sharma murder was planned, long knife found
Rizwan Ashraf, a Pakistani who conspired to come to India to kill Nupur Sharma, has made big revelations during his interrogation. The intruder told that after the controversial statement of Nupur Sharma, a big panchayat was convened in Mandi Bahauddin district of Pakistan. Where, influenced by the clerics’ arguments, a Pakistani youth infiltrated into India and made a plan to kill Nupur Sharma.
In the interrogation of joint investigative agencies, it has come to light that Rizwan, a Pakistani national, has studied up to class 8 in a madrasa in Mandi Bahauddin district. Now there he works as an electrician and his father does farming. Pakistani Rizwan is married and has three children.
This infiltrator has knowledge of Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi language. It has been associated with Hafiz Saeed’s social organization Jamatul Dawa. It first wanted to go to Lahore and come to India, but after strictness, it decided to come via Sri Ganganagar, because the bus is easily available in Pakistan till the border of India and there is no patrolling on the Pakistan side.
Pakistani Rizwan’s plan was to come directly from Sri Ganganagar to Ajmer Dargah and then stay there and find Nupur Sharma’s Delhi house. Security agencies suspect that it may be in contact with someone in India or may be in contact with a terrorist organization in Pakistan, which is under investigation.
Let us inform that Sri Ganganagar SP Anand Sharma told on Tuesday that on the night of July 16-17, a youth had entered the Indian border on the border with Pakistan in the Hindumalkot police station area of the district. This youth, who entered with the intention of killing Nupur Sharma, former BJP spokesperson, gave his name as Rizwan Ashraf (24).
Two knives (one small one big), religious books, clothes and food items were found from the accused. He told that the police produced him in the local court, where he was sent to police remand for 8 days.