Credible information available with Indian intelligence agencies suggests that Pakistanís intelligence agency, the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), has directed the Indian Mujah-ideen to launch a fresh spate of 'high value terror attacks in the country'.
The ISIís strategy is to hit India economically at a time when many countries in the world are facing an economic slowdown.
It wants Indian Mujahideen to create an atmosphere of fear and uncertainty so that multi-national companies in India shut shop. At the same time, the terror attacks will also deter other MNCs that are planning to invest in India.
Intelligence inputs also suggest that the ISI is using Bhatkal brothers, Riyaz and Iqbal, who in turn have directed Yaseen Bhatkal, the India chief of IM, to carry out this operation.
Yaseen Bhatkal has been on the run ever since the Intelligence Bureau and the Delhi policeís crime branch smashed the Darbhanga module of IM.