India’s most wanted terrorist Hafiz Saeed’s son Ibrahim Kamaluddin Saeed, was reported missing on September 26, 2023, after being taken by unidentified individuals in a car in Peshawar, Pakistan. Recent reports claim that Ibrahim Kamaluddin Saeed was abducted and subsequently killed by unknown individuals in Peshawar.
It’s alleged that Kamaluddin Saeed had been brutally tortured, as multiple injuries were found on his body. There’s been considerable buzz in Pakistan’s jihadi circles about Kamaluddin’s well-being, raising concerns and fueling speculations about the motives behind his abduction and alleged death. As of now, the exact circumstances surrounding Kamaluddin Saeed’s disappearance and the subsequent reports of his death remain unconfirmed.
Has RAW killed Kamaluddin Saeed?
Several social media users and platforms in India have already speculated that India did a brilliant job, some are congratulating India’s secret agency RAW, and the army. Several unverified news stories have been circulating regarding the terrorist Hafiz Saeed’s son’s Killing. There is no confirmed report about whether it’s just an abduction, a killing, or a rumor. Meanwhile, in India, several unverified accounts are congratulating RAW and NSA chief Ajit Doval.
The rumor started spreading on 27th September, Wednesday. The Pakistani local media claimed that some unknown men abducted Kamaluddin Saeed in a Jeep, and some also reported that the ISI had struggled to locate them.
Who is Hafiz Saeed?
Hafiz Saeed is the chief of the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). Hafiz’s name has been linked to India’s most horrific terror attack 26/11 Mumbai. In his own country, an anti-terrorism court sentenced him to 31 years in prison.
Hafiz is one of the most wanted terrorists in India, accused of the 21/11 attack and others. However, the leader of Let lives a life similar to that of a powerful politician in Pakistan. A viral social media video from 2022 showed that he was traveling with a convoy of SUVs under the protection of Pakistan Rangers.