JeM used disguised trust to train fidayeen says NIA
The National Investigation Agency (NIA), which submitted the chargesheet into the Pathankot terror attack, has stated that Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) is using a trust in Pakistan to train terrorists to launch fidayeen attacks in India.
The NIA sleuths discovered this fact when they traced a call from one of the slain terrorists to a landline number +923213132786 in Multan. “Investigation also revealed that the terrorists, who launched the attack at Air Force Station, Pathankot, called one Pakistan number 923213132786, which was found to be associated with one Al Rehmat Trust,” the chargesheet states. “The JeM uses the Al Rehmat Trust to launch operations.
This even as the trust has been shown to be banned by the Pakistan’s department of treasury in 2010 on grounds of terror financing,” the chargesheet said. The trust’s number is also present on the information banner of one website www.rangonoor.com The rangonoor website along with one www.alqalamonline.com are the mouthpieces of JeM, the chargesheet states.”They were used to broadcast speeches of both JeM chief Maulana Masood Azhar and his brother Rauf Asghar after the terror attack,” it adds.
“The website alaqalamonline shows that it has been designed by a company named Takwir Web Designing (www.takwir.com).”According to the chargesheet, the website takwir is registered under the name of one Shahbaz Bashir who stays at Shamsabad Colony in Multan in Pakistan’s Punjab. His functional phone number is +91-3215231204. The chargesheet has said that these are foolproof evidences that point at Azhar’s role in launching terror attacks on Indian soil from Pakistan turf.