New Delhi, Jul 11: With Pakistan facing the wrath of the various terrorist organisations operating out of its soil, the latest entrant to give jitters to the country is Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami (HuJI). The group known for its close links to global terror organization al-Qaeda has issued a strong warning to the foreign office in Islamabad.
They have cautioned the Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi of deadly aftermaths if they continue to share vital information on the group with India.
The warning was issued in a letter addressed to Pakistani foreign secretary Salman Bashir that sounded a possible fidayeen attacks on the Pakistani foreign office, foreign secretary, the Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi and High Commissioner Shahid Malik.
The letter in Urdu was apparently mailed to Bashir’s home in Sector F-6 of Islamabad a few days back according to a revelation from a source in the Pakistani interior ministry. The police confirmed the receipt of the letter from HuJi and stated that the letter was mailed from Islamabad. Security has been beefed up in Bashir’s residence following the threat mail. Strict police protection, with commandos has been provided for the diplomat and the foreign office.
HuJi was headed by Ilyas Kashmiri who masterminded the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai as well as the attack on the Pakistan naval base.