Atif’s family belongs to Barelvi Maslak, but Atif started following the Wahhabi ideology. He lived in his house, but rarely interacted with family members. Atif read IS magazine a lot on the Internet. Impressed by this, he launched his own e-magazine. The brainwashing materials were in a very well-designed e-book. Boys joining her group were given this e-book to read.
Atif is so cunning that he used to answer all questions from security agencies very easily. His thoughts were very clear. But he used to get tricked into cross-quests. When the agencies searched all the boys’ laptops, computers and cell phones, shocking information was found. The digital details helped put an end to the criminals. Sources say that the think tank for this motivated group was Gaus Mohammad, a retired Air Force employee, while the task of carrying out all the plans was given to Atif.
lied to families
Atif, Gaus and others attempted to cross the border through Jammu and Kashmir. Failing there, he also went to Jaisalmer. After that, he tried to go to Bangladesh via the Sundarbans, but all efforts failed. Meanwhile, all the people had gone home saying they were going to Mumbai. But after that he used to travel between Kanpur and Lucknow to carry out his business.
The MP departed from Kanpur
According to sources, the agencies had learned during the initial investigation itself that all the boys from Kanpur had gone to Madhya Pradesh to plant the bombs. Most of the boys captured in Kanpur are parents.
left your children
Ghaus Mohammad, retired from the air force, has a house on the mound in Jajmau. He wanted to do Jihad with indigenous resources while staying in India. Gauss was also instrumental in brainwashing the boys. Gaus also had children, but he did not direct them towards fundamentalism. When the agencies asked Gaus about it, his response was that not everyone is so lucky.