Jaish-ul-Hind in Antilia case revealed : Terrorist organization denies possessing explosives, issued poster saying - Our fight with Modi, not with Ambani

Jaish-ul-Hind in Antilia case revealed : Terrorist organization denies possessing explosives, issued poster saying - Our fight with Modi, not with Ambani
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The terrorist organization Jaish-ul-Hind has denied the explosives outside Antilia, the home of industrialist Mukesh Ambani. Jaish-ul-Hind has shared a poster on social media. It says that he never threatened Ambani. The letter going viral is fake. The terrorist organization said that they are fighting Narendra Modi. He has no fight with Ambani.

A letter was inserted from a telegram account created on 28 February which claimed that Jaish-ul-Hind threatened Mukesh Ambani.

Written in the poster headings- There is no threat to Ambani from Jaish-ul-Hind, read the full poster.

This morning we saw that there was news in Indian media that Jaish-ul-Hind has claimed responsibility for the incident outside the house of Indian businessman Mukesh Ambani. We have also come to know of a telegram account named Jaish-ul-Hind, in which a poster has been released citing the same incident.

We want to make it clear from the poster that Jaish-ul-Hind has no connection with the incident. The incident outside Mukesh Ambani's bungalow, the alleged telegram account and the letter have nothing to do with us. We condemn Indian intelligence agencies for making fake posters.

We never take ransom from the kufras (those who do not believe in God) and we have no fight with the tycoons of the Indian business world. Our fight is against the BJP and the Sangh.

Through this letter, an attempt was made to trick Muslims.

We are fighting against the evil deeds that Narendra Modi is doing against the innocent Muslims of India. We are fighting for Sharia and not for money, we are fighting against secular democracy, not Ambani.

Police investigating over 2000 CCTV footage

The suspicious Scorpio was found outside Antilia on the evening of 26 February. 20 gelatin sticks were placed in it. The car stood at a distance of just 600 meters from Antilia. The Mumbai Police and NIA are investigating this case. Police have so far captured video footage of over 2000 CCTV cameras and investigations are on. In several video footage, clues have been found that after possessing explosives, the accused have fled out of the city sitting in an Innova.