ISI plot to kill religious leaders in South India busted
Sat, Jan 19, 2019, 10:47 AM
On a tip-off, a team of special cell officers of New Delhi police has arrested a gang of 3, who are suspected of planning to kill the members of a socio-religious organisation in South India. According to sources, ISI has hired one Afghan national and two Indians to carry out attacks on religious leaders in South India. ISI has been trying to get a foothold in India for the last few years but failed as Indian intelligence agencies have foiled their attempts.