New Delhi, Jan 7: It has been over a week since the investigations into the busted Islamic State inspired module have commenced. When the group which went by the name Harkat-ul Harb e Islam was busted, it was said that it was inspired by the Islamic State.
The National Investigating Agency (NIA) probing the Burdwan blasts is all set to file its chargesheet before the city civil court in Kolkata. In the chargesheet of this very important case which not only has state wide but international ramifications as well the most important point to be noted is that this was an operation aimed at reviving the JMB.
The United States of America announced that a group known as the Hizb ut-Tahrir had the potential of becoming more dangerous than the ISIS. While one would need to wait and watch how true that would turn out to be, the important aspect is that this group figures quite high on India’s list of dangerous outfits.
Indian agencies say that this group largely relies on political leaders and students in a bid to push its agenda. There are wings of this group across the world, but in the Sub-Continent, it has a prominent presence in Bangladesh and spills over into India.
50 Bodo leaders are on the hitlist of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh according to an investigation report of the National Investigating Agency. The bombs were being prepared and transported to Assam from the Burdhwan terror factory.
With the NIA taking up the case pertaining to the killing of the advasis in Assam at the hands of the NFDB( S) this angle of the JMB becomes extremely interesting.
An officer with the NIA probing the case told oneindia that it appears to be a major plot on part of the JMB and the NFDB ( S) to intensify operations and cause instability in the region.
Mamata Banerjee has accused the centre of stage managing the Saradha and Burdwan cases as it being investigated by agencies which report to the state government. Now what happens when the West Bengal police and the District Intelligence Bureau (IB) which are under the control of the state administration accuse TMC MP of stage managing violence?
Now what happens when the West Bengal police and the District Intelligence Bureau (IB) which are under the control of the state administration accuse TMC MP of stage managing violence?
There has been a hue and cry today following the statement in Parliament on the Saradha-Burdhwan link. Many termed the statement by the Minister of State for Personnel Jitendra Singh, as a clean chit to the Trinamool Congress (TMC), which has been accused of shielding the accused of both the Burdhwan and Saradha incidents. Before we look into this, let us see what exactly the minister told the Lok Sabha in a written response, “The investigation has so far not revealed any such transaction where money was routed to Bangladesh to fund terrorist activities.
The Bangladesh investigators apart from questioning the suspects in the Burdwan blasts have also given our agencies vital leads on how Saradha funds had helped carry out this operation.
Finances: Several crores of Indian rupees had been transferred to the Islamic Bank in Bangladesh which were used to fund the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh module.