Kerala forests a happy hunting ground for naxalites, Islamic terrorists

New Delhi, Apr 25: Kerala which has been witnessing several incidents of radicalisation has also been reporting cases relating to naxalism. In its recent chargesheet, the NIA spoke about the involvement of 20 naxalites from Kerala who were trying to strengthen the outfit and committing acts of terror against India.

Kalidas of Ramanathapuram, Sreemathi B P of Chikamangaluru, Savithri of Chickamangaluru, S Danish of Coimbatore, Vikram Gowda of Uduppi, Soman of Wayanad, Sharmila of Bijapur, R Ragavendran of Vellore, A Santhosh Kumar of Coimbatore, P Thiruvengadam of Thiruvannamalai, B G Krishnamurthy of Chickamangalur, Rajan of Thrissur, Deepak of Bijapur, Dinesh D H of Coimbatore, Karthik of Theni, Ramesh of Bangaluru, T K Rajeevan of Kannur, Ramesh of Ranippettai, Iyyappan of Virudhunagar, Annesh Babu of Thirunelveli have been charged with various sections of the Indian Penal Code, the Arms Act and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, news agency PTI reported.

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How Nepal became a playground for Islamic terrorists like the Indian Mujahideen

nepal1.jpgNew Delhi, Nov 07: Nepal has been called as the biggest hub of the Indian Mujahideen. The Indian Mujahideen which has links with Pakistan terror groups is using Nepal as a hub to carry out terror attacks against Indians, the US State Department said in its report.

The Indian Mujahideen is obtaining funds and support from Pakistan sources and has expanded its area of operations in Nepal the report titled Country Report on Terrorism as also said.

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