Nabbed IS terrorist recruited on behest of Pak’s ISI, has Afghanistan links: Sources

Islamic State terrorist Abu Yusuf, who was nabbed by security forces in Indian capital New Delhi was in contact with Yusuf-al-Hindi – also known as Safi Armar – Indian Mujahideen’s absconding terrorist who hails from Bhatkal, Karnataka, sources have revealed.
Yusuf-al-Hindi has been running the Khorasan module of Islamic State from Afghanistan, in collaboration with Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
A per reports, after Indian Mujahideen was exposed in India, Yusuf-al-Hindi built the IS’ Khorasan module with absconding terrorists of IM at the behest of Pakistan’s ISI. IS Khorasan was given the responsibility of ‘shaking Delhi’, on behalf of the ISI.
Yusuf-al-Hindi, also known as Safi Armar, had chosen Abu Yusuf for this task. Abu used to stay in touch with other terrorists present in India through the mobile chat apps Telegram and WeChat.
Yusuf-al-Hindi is known to prepare Indian nationals for terrorism by sitting in Afghanistan. He is also under the radar of Indian intelligence service RAW.
Around 15 kg of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) was recovered from the terrorist who was nabbed after a round of firing at Delhi’s Dhaula Kuan area.
Earlier, security forces found an IS flag, explosives and a suicide vest from Abu Yusuf’s residence in Uttar Pradesh’s Balrampur. Several explosives and weapons were also recovered from him.