Kerala, Bengal make it official: Say no to NPR

npr.jpgNew Delhi, Jan 16: Kerala and West Bengal have communicated to the Registrar General to put on hold the exercise of the National Population Register (NPR). The Registrar General has received the communication, two weeks after both the state governments had said that the NPR would not be implemented.

The states had written to their respective district magistrates saying that this process would be detrimental to public and hence the same be put on hold, a Home Ministry source confirmed to OneIndia.

The source, however, added that the Home Ministry has no reason to believe that these states would not cooperate. The manpower for such an exercise is drawn from the states.

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ISIS terrorists were spotted in Bengal as well: UP police sources

isis-1New Delhi, Jan 06: The Uttar Pradesh police who sounded a high alert following the presence of two Islamic State terrorists say that the same persons had been spotted in West Bengal as well.

The terrorists were identified as Abdul Samad and Ilyas. A source in the UP police informed OneIndia that these terrorists are trying to cross over to Nepal. A massive manhunt has been launched for the two.

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India’s biggest internal security headache would be the migrants from Bengal, radicals from Kerala

radicals-immigrantsNew Delhi, Jan 01: Illegal immigration and radicalisation are two major national security concerns. The bulk of these problems are contributed by Bengal and Kerala. In many cases, both are directly inter-connected and both these states do not appear to have woken up to the problem, despite being warned. Is it the politics of vote bank?Let us call it that.

Kerala:

Kerala unlike West Bengal has one major positive. It is a 100 per cent literate state. However attached with this is the problem of radicalisation.

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The Southern terror plot thickens as NIA arrests a key member of JMB from Bengal

nialogonewNew Delhi, Dec 17: The National Investigation Agency has arrested one Mosaraf Hosain in connection with a case relating to the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh.

Hosain a resident of Murshidabad district, West Bengal was arrested by the NIA and would be produced before the court today.

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Bengal fake currency: NIA charges one more accused

fakecurrency-niaNew Delhi, Dec 14: The National Investigation Agency has filed a supplementary chargesheet in connection with a fake currency case emanating out of West Bengal.

The NIA has charged one Mohammad Jamiul, a resident of Malda in West Bengal.

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Bangladesh to Bengal: NIA arrests key accused in human trafficking case

nialogoNew Delhi, Dec 14: The National Investigation Agency has arrested one person from West Bengal in connection with a human trafficking case.

The accused identified as Rahul Amin Dhali was in possession of a mobile handset, 4 Bangladeshi SIM cards, 10,000 in Bangladeshi currency and a diary containing phone numbers.

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Illegal immigrants and Bengal’s land jihadis mandates we need an NRC now

nrc-1New Delhi, Dec 11: Union Home Minister, Amit Shah has repeatedly stated that a nationwide, NRC will be carried out. The statement has come under criticism and several in the opposition have opposed the same.

Shah said that NRC would be carried out across the country on the lines of Assam. He said that there is no need for people of any religion to be worried about it.

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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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