Indian Mujahideen

According to Indian sources, four top Indian Mujahideen (IM) operatives - Riyaz Bhatkal, Iqbal Bhatkal, Amir Raza Khan and Fayyaz Kagzi - have been carrying out attacks in India under the auspices of the Pakistani spy agency ISI, which has been sheltering them in Pakistan. IM has been responsible for serial blasts in Delhi in 2005, the Mumbai train attacks in 2006, attacks on Uttar Pradesh courts in 2007, serial attacks in Jaipur and Ahmedabad in 2008, and in Mumbai again in 2011, a year in which IM was particularly active. Despite its high-profile attacks,  IM remains a shadowy presence. It has about 50 members on the run, say Indian intelligence sources. Its members maintain absolute operational secrecy, shunning phone conversations and using only coded emails. They use religious pilgrimages to Saudi Arabia as a pretext to hold planning meetings there with collaborators who fly in from Pakistan.

Indian Mujahideen, also known as Indian Mujahidin is an active group formed c. 2007.
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