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ISI agent, biggest supplier of fake currency in India killed in Nepal

An agent of Pak intelligence agency ISI was murdered in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal. ISI agent Lal Mohammad alias Mohammad Tailor was a major supplier of counterfeit currency, notes in India. On Monday (September 19) evening, the attackers opened fire on him and killed him.

Lal Mohammad lived in the Kothatar area of ​​Kathmandu. It is being told that when he had reached his house in his car, then he started firing indiscriminately from the attackers. Lal Mohammad tried to escape but the attackers kept firing at him. It is being told that all this incident has been captured in the CCTV camera.

According to media reports, his daughter jumped from the roof to save Lal Mohammad, but she could not save her father. The attackers have escaped after completing the murder of Lal Mohammad. The police suspect that Lal Mohammad’s murder was due to gang war.

According to media reports, Lal Mohammed was also associated with Dawood Ibrahim gang. He also used to help in terrorist activities being carried out by ISI in India. He used to give shelter to other ISI agents in Nepal.

Lal was in jail for ten years
Lal Mohammad was released from jail in July 2017. He was serving a sentence in the murder case of Patuwa, a counterfeit currency trader, in Kathmandu in July 2007.

Nepal Police had arrested Lal Mohammad and Munna Khan alias Iltaf Hussain Ansari in this case. Munna was a sharp shooter of D Company in Nepal. The court had sentenced both the accused to 10 years imprisonment.

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