Watch: Lucknow ISIS terrorist Saifullah's father says won't accept body of an 'anti-national'

The father of Saifullah, the slain ISIS terror accused, has refused to accept his son's body. "A traitor can't be our son. We are Indians, we were born here, our forefathers were born here. One who indulges in anti-national activities can't be our son... we won't accept his body " Meanwhile, the father of terror suspect Imran and Faisal, who were arrested in Kanpur today also, denied the charges against them. 'Faisal took care of a shop and Imran is married, has a daughter too. Danish is also my son, he had left home as I scolded him for not working,' he said
: Sartaj, father of Saifulla says,"Ye desh-hitt mein nahi tha hum usse naraz hain,aise deshdrohi ki laash nahi lenge" 
The operation was carried out by the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) who had also made Saifullah speak to his brother, over the phone and asked him to surrender. The cops tried to smoke him out by fire tear gas and chilli bombs inside the house but this didn't materialise. After which the cops claim to have taken the drastic step of killing him. 
The cops have found several arms and ammunitions, pistols, some papers, ISIS flag and many other materials from the spot. The cops have also claimed that the accused were a part of ISIS Khorasan module, a terror outfit associated with Al Qaeda. 
Minister of State for Defence Subhash Bhamre on Wednesday said India has been dealing with terror attacks for long and is capable of tackling incidents like the one in Lucknow where a suspected ISIS terrorist was killed.
Talking to ANI, Bhamre said terrorism is a global phenomenon and there is a need to tackle this in a united manner. ‘It is a global phenomenon and we need to tackle this untidily. The Government of India is very much concerned for tackling such activities. We have been dealing with terrorist activities and all our agencies are very alert. We are capable of tackling these,’ he said.
Echoing similar sentiments, Union Minister of State for Home, Hansraj Ahir said in Maharashtra’s Chandrapur that the Indian government has the strength and capability to fight the terror forces and terrorist activities. The terrorist holed up inside a house in the outskirts of Lucknow at Thakurganj locality under Kakori police station, was killed by security forces late last night following a 12-hour long anti-terror operation.
ADG of Police (Law and Order) Daljit Chaudhary said the force went inside house and found the suspect dead along with weapons. He said the operation stands closed now and rest of the legal formalities will subsequently take place. IG Anit Terror Squad (ATS) Aseem Arun confirmed that the slain terror suspect was an active member of the Islamic State terror group


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