Pakistan’s intelligence agency, Inter-services Intelligence (ISI), along with terrorist group ISIS and Lashkar, is planning to attack Indian missions in Afghanistan, say sources. The Indian missions can be targeted through car bomb suicide attacks. As per intelligence inputs, Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Khorasan Province, which is an ISIS unit active across Pakistan, Afghanistan, has recruited people including Indians to target missions.
A Lahore resident, Saifullah, who works as a link between Lashkar and ISKP, has assigned ISKP commander Mateen Mauvia to conduct attacks on Indian missions in Afghanistan, say sources.
According to report, five suicide attackers are being trained in Afghanistan to attack Indian missions. The terrorists, along with Indian consulate in Kabul, may target India’s foreign offices in Jalalabad and Herat. The report goes on to suggest that Indians engaged in construction purposes might also become target.