When JMB terrorists from Bengal test fired rocket shells in TamilNadu

New Delhi, Sep 26: The National Investigation Agency has made some major inroads after it arrested a key operative of the Jamat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh. Several details are trickling out after the NIA took into its custody JMB Terrorist Jahidul Islam alias Kausar, who is also an accused in the Burdwan and Bodhgaya blasts.

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JMB on recruitment spree in Bengal: This time it is to propagate ‘qital,’ establish Islamic rule

An Intelligence Bureau report seen by OneIndia speaks about the lethal plan that the JMB is undertaking in West Bengal over the past couple of months. They are recruiting new persons to send them to raise funds. The idea behind this operation is to have a new set of recruits are they would not come under the scanner of the agencies.

The new recruits have also been told to interact with like minded people in different parts of the country and propagate about ‘qital’ or an armed struggle. The intent is to establish the Islamic rule, the report further adds.

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Bengal, Hyderabad, Bangladesh: NIA registers its first human trafficking case under amended law

New Delhi, Sep 18: The National Investigation Agency has registered its first human tracing case under the amended NIA Act.

The case relates to the arrest of 3 persons namely Yousuf Khan, Bithi Begum and Sajid, all natives of West Bengal. The NIA said that all the three persons are currently staying in Hyderabad.

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NIA charges key accused from Bengal in fake currency case

fakecurrencyNew Delhi, Sep 06: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a supplementary charge sheet against one accused from West Bengal in connection with a fake currency case.

The NIA has charged Sabiruddin (46), a resident of Malda. The charge sheet was filed before a special NIA court in Bengaluru. The case pertains to the seizure of fake currency to the tune of 6.34 lakh.

How this chemical engineer turned JMB terrorist set up modules from Bengal to Kerala

terorNew Delhi, Aug 29: The arrest of Ejaz Ahmed alias Taufique Raza, the emir of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh was a major breakthrough for the security forces.

Ahmed, a chemical engineer has been closely associated with the JMB since 2008. He was part of the team that was formed in 2008 to set up modules in West Bengal. The brief was to set up modules in Birbhum, Burdwan, Murshidabad and Nadia.

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Chemical engineer, who ran JMB’s terror camps in Bengal nabbed

arrestNew Delhi, Aug 27: A chemical engineer and an operative of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh has been arrested. The JMB operative has been identified as Ejaz Ahmed alias Taufique Raza.

He was arrested at Gaya and from his possession, the police have seized a satellite phone, laptop, circuit boards and some documents with Jihadi material.

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Two get 10 years sentence for trafficking fake currency from Bengal to South India

New Delhi, June 27: A Special Court has convicted two persons in connection with a fake currency case.

The Special Court of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) convicted two persons- Mohammad Mababoob Baig and Syed Imran, both residents of Mandya in Karnataka.

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Why do terrorists from Bengal find a safe haven in Bengaluru and Kerala

New Delhi, June 26: In less than one year, the National Investigation Agency has picked up a terrorist of Bengal origin from Bengaluru, Karnataka.

On Tuesday, an absconding accused in the Burdwan blast case was arrested by the NIA from Doddaballapur near Bengaluru. In August 2018 the NIA had arrested one Mohammad Jahidul Islam alias Kausar from Ramnagara near Bengaluru in connection with the Bodhgaya blasts case.

Political violence in Bengal: 1,035 in 2018, 773 and counting this year

New Delhi, June 16: The Centre which sought a report from the West Bengal Government on both the ongoing doctor’s strike and political violence has said that this is clearly indicative of a failure.

The year 2016 reported 509 incidents of violence, while in 2018 it shot up to 1,035. The year 2019 alone has seen 773 incidents till date. In the past four years 160 deaths have been reported owing to political violence, the Centre also said.

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Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu: With a free hand, the radicalisation problem is curable

New Delhi, May 29: For the Intelligence agencies, the rate at which radicalisation has grown in states such as Kerala and West Bengal has been alarming. Several officials have in the past complained that the lack of a free hand and the immense politicisation of the issue had led to such a rapid rise in radicalisation in these states.

The minority appeasement has been one of the major reasons for these states becoming problematic. The same could be said about Tamil Nadu as well, where the first case relating to the Islamic State had been reported.

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