Asif Iqbal Naik ,Kishtwar September 30:- As a major headway into ongoing interrogation of suspect ISI agent Mehraj-ud-Din arrested by Kishtwar police nearly 3 weeks ago, the Jammu and Kashmir police drafted a detail report on the bases of the note of interrogation details sent by Kishtwar police to top brass of police, the Jammu and Kashmir police after discussing the matter with top government functionaries in Government of India has decided to sent the draft based on Mehraj-ud-Din’s interrogation to Ministry of External Affairs as well as to Ministry of Home Affairs so that the government of India could officially take up the matter with Nepal government regarding growing use of Nepal soil to launch terror strikes against India by Pakistani spy agency ISI and underworld.
According to the sources, the government of India acting on the draft report of Mehraj-ud-Din interrogation has taken up the matter with Nepal government who agreed to provide all possible help to Indian authorities to probe the allegations level by key ISI man during his sustain questioning with Kishtwar police. The sources said that on the bases of the assurance of all possible help from Nepal government, a team of Jammu and Kashmir police is likely to visit Nepal in next few days to assists Nepal police in identifying the ISI hideouts used by Mehraj-ud-Din and his men in launching terror strike against India since last 15-20 years. The sources said that on the bases of the inputs given by Mehraj-ud-Din, the government of India is preparing the tuff case so that Government of India can force the Nepal government to act against ISI sponsored terror modules operating from Nepal soil against India.
In his confessional statement, Mehraj-ud-Din throws light on ISI and underworld plans to destabilize peace and tranquility in India. He informed the police that how ISI pumped fake Indian currency notes in India. He also informed the police about ISI plans to attack Indian officials in Kathmandu during 2002 SAARC summit, beside confess his involvement in planning the hijacking of IC-814 in the year 1999, attack on US Information center at Kolkata in 2002, 1996 Lagpath Nagar blast and several terror activities that took place across India in over 2 decades.
Meanwhile the 9 days police custody of Mehraj-ud-Din comes to end tomorrow and Kishtwar police is likely to produce him in court in connection with the FIR registered against him on 22ndof September 2012 to seek extension in his police remand.