Three Held For Plot To Kill RSS Leaders As Delhi Police Busts Terror Module Backed By ISI And Dawood Ibrahim 

Three Held For Plot To Kill RSS Leaders As Delhi Police Busts Terror Module Backed By ISI And Dawood Ibrahim One of the suspects being whisked away (Photo by Praful Gangurde/ Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Three men have been arrested in an operation that busted a terror module backed by Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI). The Delhi Police’s Special Cell arrested these three men including a foreign national for reportedly planning to attack important Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) leaders in South India, with the sole aim of causing riots in the country.

Dawood Ibrahim’s D-Company is allegedly behind the conspiracy to kill the RSS leaders and one of the arrested suspects purportedly works for a close aide of Dawood - Ghulam Rasool Patty.

The arrested operative is presumed to be the chief-architect behind this terror plot. The same person was also accused of being involved in BJP leader Haren Pandya's murder.

The police, four months ago, deciphered his phone calls, which revealed the plans to assassinate RSS leaders. Furthermore, these terrorists were in touch with their Pakistan-based handlers, as per an India Today report.

The three suspects have been identified Wali Mohammed Afghan, Riayujdeen and Sonu alias Tahsim.