New Delhi: The Islamic State asserted on Tuesday that an Indian suicide bomber attacked several people in Raqqa district of Syria.
Amaq propaganda agency stated that the IS found the Indian suicide bomber as Abu Yusuf al-Hindi, as per the SITE Intelligence Group.
The terror group stated to have attacked and injured a “number” of what it mentioned it as “Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) apostates” in the suicide attack indulging the Indian bomber.
Though, there was no verification about the IS claim by the Indian agencies.
Abu Yusuf al-Hindi was the renegade chief recruiter for the ISIS in the Indian subcontinent and was recognized as Mohammed Shafi Armar, who had numerous false names including ‘Chhote Maula’ and ‘Anjan Bhai’.
The 30-year-old was named ‘Exceptionally Designated Global Terrorist’ by the US in June, turning into the principal Indian leader of the feared terror organization against whom America strike sanctions. An Interpol Red Corner see was likewise pending against him.
Al-Hindi, a local of Bhatkal in Karnataka, was a pioneer and head scout in India for the Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) and Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) gathering, ISIS, as indicated by the US State Department.
While declaring sanctions, it had said that he developed a gathering of many ISIS sympathizers who are associated with fear based oppressor exercises crosswise over India, for example, plotting assaults, securing weapons, and distinguishing areas for psychological militant preparing camps.
He was said to have left for Pakistan alongside his senior sibling after a crackdown on Indian Mujahideen units.
There have been many reports of him having been dead in an automaton assault or crackdown by the partnered powers. Be that as it may, each time insight organizations started offering confidence to such reports, his name or voice sprung up in catches.
Technically knowledgeable al-Hindi has been working on Facebook and other individual envoy administrations to contact, mentally condition and select young people from India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
His connects to the ISIS were additionally the feature of the cross examination of Yasin Bhatkal, who was captured close to the Nepal fringe in 2013.