Old news : Jihadi taxi driver admits to 250 murders of Non-Muslims around Meerut

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Jolly Sharma | HENB | Meerut : In a shocking confession, a jihadi man arrested on charges of murder has claimed to having killed about 250 people in the past four months, police said on Thursday, adding that the matter was being investigated.

The accused, identified as Salim, is a middle-aged taxi driver in this Uttar Pradesh district who, along with an accomplice, used to murder his passengers and pocket away all valuables, according to police. The murdered passengers are mostly non-Muslims and obviously from Hindu community. The count of murders stands on an average two murders per day. The Taxi driver also used to offer five Namaj as per reports so far available.

“During the interrogation, Salim said that he had killed about 250 people in the past four months,” Meerut Senior Superintendent of Police Dipesh Juneja said.

“We laid hands on the killer during the course of investigation of a dual murder that took place on February 14,” he said.

“The bodies of a medical representative and a junior engineer were found on the city outskirts. While we were still carrying out the investigation, the cell phone of the slain medical representative was found to be back in use, prompting us to track down the caller.”

Police were now trying to trail Salim’s accomplice in the crime.

According to the police, Salim said in his interrogation that his victims included men, women and children. Investigations were on to find out more about his crimes.

A source said that Salim never repented for such serial murders of 250 like that and he claimed those as a grace of Almighty Allah that he could be able to decrease some numbers of Kaffirs (infidels) to establish India as an Islamic State.

Such mentality of jihadis to decrease the numbers of non-Muslims came to light in various occasions those could be believed hardly as a reality.

Earlier, a Muslim doctor in gynecology and obstetrics named Seigu Siyabdeen Mohammed Shafi was reportedly arrested by police at Gettuwana-Kurunegala in Sri Lanka for his alleged involvement of sterilization of thousands of non-Muslim women without their consent.

Source : Hindu Existence

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