New Delhi: Kabul airport suicide bomber turns out to be an Indian college student enrolled at a college in Faridabad in 2016.
According to reports, the bomber who blew himself up at the main gate of Kabul Airport killed 170 people, including 13 American soldiers. A report published in an ISIS journal has revealed he was a student at a Faridabad college in 2016 and had also been in the custody of Indian law enforcement agencies.
Reports in the Indian media on ISIS have confirmed the news. Suicide bomber Abdul Rahman Al-Laghori had indeed enrolled in a college in Faridabad, Haryana in 2016.
A RAW officer told Indian media that the bomber kept traveling around Delhi, instead of continuing his education after enrolling in college. He also photographed several places and was detained for suspicious and covert activities.
Indian law enforcement agencies had failed to obtain any substantial evidence from Abdul Rahman, which led to his handing over to the Afghan government where the accused revealed several ISIS training spots.
RAW stated that the Afghan army’s investigation was a success and claimed that ISIS places in Afghanistan had been targeted during a joint operation with the US intelligence agency CIA, in which more than 600 fighters were killed. However, this news could not be confirmed by independent sources.
On the other hand, after the Taliban took full control of Afghanistan, some of the prisoners escaped after breaking out. Abdul Rahman also managed to escape and re-joined ISIS. Later, on August 26, he blew himself up in a crowd at the entrance of Kabul airport.
Analysts, on the other hand, say that the world also knows that India is engaged in global terrorism and is also committing terrorist acts in Pakistan, so why double standards in their case?
These observers also say that if the international community does not take note of Indian terrorism, then the international community will also be responsible for promoting terrorism in the world.
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