A Bengal bomber and his southern sojourn: How NIA prevented an imminent terror attack

New Delhi, July 10: Five fabricated hand grenades, one timer device, three electric circuits, suspected explosive substance, different components for making IEDs/rockets were recovered by the National Investigation Agency, following a confession of a Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh operative, who was arrested in Bengaluru recently.

The recovery comes following the confession of the JMB operative, Habibur Rehman, who is also an accused in Burdwan blast case. The NIA said that these weapons were to be used in various terror acts in different parts of the state.

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In crowded terror market, new outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen India is born

Adding to the already crowded terror market in India, three Bangladeshis have set up the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen India. This was set up by Salahuddin Salehin and Jahidul Islam alias Bomaru Mizan.

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Why West Bengal needs to be careful: 10,000 JMB operatives are with IS

JMB-logo20141101123827The recent interrogation of Musa, an Islamic State-inspired operative from Kolkata reveals that at least 10,000 members of the dreaded Bangladesh outfit, Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen had joined the terror organisation. This is a worrying sign for India, since the JMB has a large number of its operatives in West Bengal.

Amid the allegations of appeasement against the West Bengal government, Indian security agencies say that if this problem is not nipped in the bud, it could spin out of control.

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Dhaka attack: Emir of JMB South Muhammad Tanvir arrested in Bangladesh

dhaka-3Dhaka, July 21: A top operative of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh or the JMB has been arrested along with three others in connection with the attack on a cafe in Dhaka.
Mahudul Hasan Tanvir, the Emir of the Southern Region of the JMB was arrested from his hideout at Gazipur’s Tongi area on Thursday morning by the Rapid Action Battalion.

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How an over-dose of secularism helped this terror group thrive in Bengal

JMB-logo20141101123827New Delhi, July 11: The Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh took advantage of two factors while setting up its modules in West Bengal.

An overly secular approach in the state, so much that it led to appeasement proved to be a major advantage for the group. Today the outfit which allies with the ISIS has become a headache not just in Bangladesh, but in West Bengal as well.

JMB has moved from bombs to propaganda in West Bengal

burdwanWest Bengal, May 31: The National Investigation Agency which has been probing the Burdwan blast says that it cannot rest until the last module of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh is busted.
The JMB which was behind the Burdwan episode in West Bengal has been largely wiped out from India.

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Two JMB operatives arrested in West Bengal

west_bengal_state_map_with_districtsKolkata, Mar 16: The National Investigating Agency has arrested two persons suspected to be members of the dreaded Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh.
The duo arrested are Enamul Mollah and Habibul Haq. The NIA conducted this operation jointly with the Special Task Force unit of Kolkata after a tip off about the two was received.

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Burdwan blast: NIA gets JMB’s fund raiser

burdwan_0_0_0_0_0_0_0The arrest of Nurul Hoque alias Naeem in connection with the Burdwan blasts case will help the National Investigating Agency join the dots better.
Naeem’s arrest which took place in the wee hours of Thursday will help the NIA understand the financing of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh better.

The NIA has so far arrested 21 persons in connection with the October 2 2014, Burdwan blasts case. Naeem had been absconding since the day the blast occurred and a cash reward on him had been announced.

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Burdwan version 2.0: The complete confession of a bomb maker

burdwanHas the busting of the Burdwan module put the brakes on the activities of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh?
To a certain extent it has, but as investigations would show the modules are very much active and the recruitment process was on in full swing.
A fresh recruitment drive with the help of extremist videos and lure for cash was underway and the interrogation of Ibrahim Sheikh the latest to be arrested would show that the JMB is very much alive and kicking.Read more

Terrorism: JMB practised violent Jihad, says NIA

terAt times a blast could prove to be lucky. Had that blast not occurred accidentally on Oct 2, 2014 at Burdhwan one could only imagine what the module by the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh would have carried out.
Violent Jihad is the terminology used by the National Investigating Agency which had two days back filed a chargesheet in connection with the case which it calls the Khagragarh, Burdwan case.

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