Unknown assailants shot dead an ISI agent in Nepal
New Delhi: An ISI agent died in a run over in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Lal Mohammad alias Mohammad Darji came to his house by car. At the same time unidentified assailants opened fire on him. Lal Mohammad’s daughter jumped from the roof to save him but could not save him.
The entire incident has been captured on CCTV. Mohammad Darji was a major supplier of counterfeit notes in India. He was an agent of ISI. Not only this, he was also not in contact with the D gang. Lal Mohammad was used as a launch pad by the ISI. Apart from dealing with counterfeit notes, he was also involved in providing logistics to ISI for its operations and shelter to ISI agents.
Lal Mohammed lived in the Kothatar area of Kathmandu. Lal Mohammad had come home on September 19. As he got down from the car and was on his way home, the assailants started firing at him. He fled under the cover of a car, but the attackers chased him and continued to shoot him. Meanwhile, a woman jumps off the roof and runs towards the attackers. But by then the attackers complete their task and run away.
According to police records, a fake banker was shot dead on 4 July 2007 in Anamnagar, Kathmandu. The police have arrested D Company’s sharp shooter Munna Khan alias Iltaf Hussain Ansari along with Lal Mohammad on charges of murder. The court sentenced both to ten years each. He was sentenced to ten years on July 7, 2017. He started a textile business in Gothar, Kathmandu. The police suspect that he was murdered in a gang war due to his criminal background.