These terror groups come into the southern states, mingle with the migrant population including the Rohingya Muslims, and then overstay with a larger agenda
New Delhi, July 26: A highly radicalised person associated with a terror group was arrested by the Bengaluru police on Sunday night. The arrest of Akthar Hussain Lashkar, a resident of Assam, led to the arrest of his associate Zubair from Salem in Tamil Nadu.
The police said that Hussain who was working as a food delivery executive was using his job to understand the topography of the city. He was also in the process of setting up meetings to plan attacks in Karnataka. Now that the Tamil Nadu angle has come up, the police will work closely with the central agencies as there are inter-state ramifications to this case.
The connection between Bihar and Kerala can be seen in the fact that the Indian Mujahideen being formed in Kerala and then it went on to form its strongest module in Bihar.
New Delhi, July 23: The Bihar police recently busted a major module following which it was learnt that the accused persons had plotted the assassination of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and also planned on setting up an Islamic nation by 2047.g
The National Investigation Agency is also investigating a case relating to a Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) module and has made seven arrests so far. The latest person to be arrested is Ali Asgar a resident of Siswaniya village of Bihar.
New Delhi, Mar 17: Earlier this week, the Madhya Pradesh ATS arrested four terrorists of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen (Bangladesh) They were arrested in connection with the Bodhgaya blasts.
The arrested were identified as Fazhar Ali alias Mehmood (32), Mohammad Aqeel alias Ahmed (24), Zahooruddin alias Ibrahim (28) and Fazhar Zainul Abdeen alias Akram Al Hasan (25).
During the probe, the ATS learnt that three out of the four JMB operatives had paid middlemen Rs 4,000 to enter India. After entering India, they stayed at West Bengal and then moved to Assam and Uttar Pradesh before entering Madhya Pradesh.
New Delhi, Mar 14: Security agencies have very often flagged illegal immigration as one of the biggest security threats the country is facing. The arrest of four Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh operatives from Madhya Pradesh only goes on to show how deeply infested this problem is.
Four terrorists of the JMB, s Fazhar Ali alias Mehmood (32), Mohammad Aqeel alias Ahmed (24), Zahooruddin alias Ibrahim (28) and Fazhar Zainul Abdeen alias Akram Al Hasan (25) were arrested by the MP police. In a statement the police said that they were involved in the Bodhgaya blasts.
New Delhi, Jan 12: A chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency in connection with a Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) case shows the extent up to which these terrorists go to radicalise and recruit Muslims into terror groups.
A major criminal conspiracy was hatched by three nationals of Bangladesh. They had illegally entered into India along with their associates of the JMB and Al-Qaeda in the Sub-Continent. They were in the process of recruiting and motivating young Muslims in order to establish the Caliphate and further terror acts in India and Bangladesh.
New Delhi, Nov 05: The National Investigation Agency earlier this week arrested a suspected terrorist of the of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh from West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas district.
The NIA personnel conducted a search operation while acting on a tip-off. The search was conducted in the Subhasgram area following which the JMB terrorist hailing from Bangladesh was arrested. The arrested persons has been identified as Abdul Mannan Bachu.
New Delhi, Apr 03: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet in connection with terror case involving the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh (JMB).
The case was registered in Barpeta following information about the presence of one trained terrorist of the JMB. During the search one country made revolver, four rounds of live ammunition and Jihadi literature was recovered from his possession.