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Riyaz Bhatkal a nobody today

Vicky Nanjappa


The Indian Mujahideen is a divided house today. Riyaz Bhatkal who was one of the co-founders of the outfit finds himself isolated and the current bandwagon is being headed by Sultan Ahmed Armar. Riyaz who initially wanted the Indian Mujahideen to side with the Al-Qaeda was dumped by other members of the IM as they felt he was just playing along with the ISI which ran nothing but its own agenda.

There are ample chat transcripts to show how the rest of the Indian Mujahideen headed by Armar broke away from Riyaz Bhatkal and dumped his plan of joining the Al-Qaeda. Armar felt that Riyaz was only suggesting an Al-Qaeda tie up because he was asked to do so by the ISI which wanted to ensure that it loses no control over a large number of terror outfits making a clamour for the ISIS and heading towards Afghansitan.

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