An investigation by Indian authorities into an August bomb attack in Pune, India has uncovered a significant Saudi connection to the deadly and infamous Jihadist terrorist organization, Lashkar e Taiba. That connection appears to center around a Saudi citizen named Fayyaz Kagzi:
Asad travelled to middle-east, especially Saudi Arabia, several times to meet Kagzi and spent as much as Rs25 lakh to meet Kagzi.
According to the police, Kagzi is a Saudi Arabia-based activist of LeT and is in charge of their India operations. “Kagzi recruits and trains fresh youngsters and also ensures they get money through hawala. Investigations have revealed that Kagzi has played a much bigger role in LeT’s India operations than we had thought,” a police officer said.