ISI agent Lal Mohammad killed in Nepal, India used to send fake notes, and also had a relation with the D gang

ISI agent Lal Mohammad killed in Nepal, India used to send fake notes, and also had a relation with the D gang

An arrived agent of the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI has been killed in Nepal. The agent has been identified as 55-year-old Lal Mohammad alias Mohammad Tailor. It is being claimed that he used to work for the Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and on his behest had sent a consignment of fake notes to India. He was murdered outside his house. But the exact reason why this murder has been done is not yet known. It is being told that while getting down from the car, it was attacked by the assailants and shot dead. Not only this, but Lal Mohammad also had links with the D gang. Pakistan was constantly conspiring against India through Nepal, in which Lal Mohammad also played an important role.

According to the information, Lal Mohammad used to send fake currency from Pakistan and Bangladesh to India through Nepal at the behest of ISI. Lal Mohammad was also very helpful in logistic support to the ISI. Apart from this, he also had contacts with Dawood Ibrahim and used to work for him as well. He had also staged several ISI agents with him in Nepal. He was an expert in the business of counterfeit currency as well as the supply of drugs. He lived in the Kothatar area of ‚Äč‚ÄčKathmandu.

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