Chilling scenes emerge: ISI agent, biggest supplier of fake notes in India killed in Nepaltext_fields
New Delhi: On a dimly lit street lined with houses, a luxury car arrives at night.
A streak of light from one of the houses spreads to street.
A lanky man gets out of the car just in time to be chased by unidentified assailants wielding gun.
The man who gets out of the car runs around the car for cover from the gunshots.
As the gunshots ranged out, a woman (his daughter, the report says) jumps down from the balcony of the house to protect the man, but she was too late.
By which the time, the assailants had shot dead the man and managed to escape.
The chilling scene is straight from a video that came along with an exclusive report by India Today on the murder of an ISI agent and biggest supplier of fake notes in India.
The man who was killed outside his hideout in Nepal's Kathmandu was reported to be identified as Laal Mohammad (55) alias Mohammad Darji.
He was the biggest supplier of ISI's counterfeit notes in India, according to the report sourcing Intelligence agencies.
The whole chilling scenes were caught on CCTV which showed the details of the incident.
Mohammad Darji reportedly used to get fake Indian currency from Pakistan and Bangladesh to Nepal and then supply it to India from there.
He also helped the ISI with logistics support as well as having links to underworld gangster Dawood Ibrahim's D-gang, according to the report.
The report also said that Mohammad Darji also provided asylum to other ISI agents.