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Arrested ISIS suspects planned to poison Mahaprasad at a Mumbra temple

Arrested ISIS suspects planned to poison Mahaprasad at a Mumbra temple

Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS), who recently arrested 10 ISIS suspects, have reportedly discovered that the terrorists were planning to poison the ‘Mahaprasad’ at the 400-year-old ‘Shree Mumbreshwar Mandir Trust’ in Thane’s Mumbra. Sources said that the ATS team visited the spot on January 28, along with one ISIS suspect, identified as Tala Potrik, in order to gather information about their supposed plan.

The suspect reportedly first led the ATS team to the kitchen where he revealed that they had gathered information about the catering staff, who were present on the day when a Shrimadh Bhagwat Katha was organised last year. Following the Katha, the trust had also organised a ‘Bhandara’ which was attended by thousands of devotees who consumed the ‘Shiv Prasad’ distributed at the venue.

Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS), who recently arrested 10 ISIS suspects, have reportedly discovered that the terrorists were planning to poison the ‘Mahaprasad’ at the 400-year-old ‘Shree Mumbreshwar Mandir Trust’ in Thane’s Mumbra. Sources said that the ATS team visited the spot on January 28, along with one ISIS suspect, identified as Tala Potrik, in order to gather information about their supposed plan.

The suspect reportedly first led the ATS team to the kitchen where he revealed that they had gathered information about the catering staff, who were present on the day when a Shrimadh Bhagwat Katha was organised last year. Following the Katha, the trust had also organised a ‘Bhandara’ which was attended by thousands of devotees who consumed the ‘Shiv Prasad’ distributed at the venue.

Source: TNN

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