ISI engineered Train accidents in India: TOI

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ISI engineered Train accidents in India: TOI

Patna: Security agencies are investigating the claims of the three bihar criminals arrested in connection with two train accidents last year that the same were engineered by pakistan's spy agency ISI to avenge the indian army's surgical strikes in pak-occupied kashmir on september 29.

Over 150 passengers were killed after indore-patna express and sealdah-ajmer express trains had derailed near kanpur.

Umashankar Patel, Motilal Paswan and Mukesh Yadav were arrested from Motihari on Tuesday for allegedly placing a cooker bomb on the railway track near Ghorasahan station in Bihar on October 1.

However, upon interrogation, they confessed that they had also planted explosives which led to the derailment of the two trains near Kanpur.

The trio was picked up after the arrest of their ISI handler, Brijkishore Giri, and two others, Shambhu Giri and Mujahir Ansari, in Nepal.

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