Lashkar linked Bengal woman was trying to honey trap soldiers

NIA-33New Delhi, June 13: The lady arrested by the National Investigating Agency (NIA) for her alleged links with the Lashkar-e-Tayiba had used the dark web to try and honey trap Indian soldiers.

It may be recalled that the West Bengal police had arrested Tania Parvin (22) in March. The case was handed over to the NIA and the agency took her into custody.

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Cops bust Lashkar’s narco module in Jammu and Kashmir

drugs-2aNew Delhi, June 11: The Jammu and Kashmir police has busted a huge narcotics terror module which was sponsored by elements in Pakistan.

The module was busted in Kupwara. The police has arrested three operatives of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba in connection with the case. The trio has been accused of peddling drugs and raising funds for terror-related activities.

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Top Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist killed in J&K

army22New Delhi, May 25: A top Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist has been killed in an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir. The terrorist who was killed was classified as Category A. He was active in the Valley for several years.

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Deep penetration, more resistance: Understanding structure of terror group TRF

terroristNew Delhi, May 14: The Resistance Front (TRF) a new terror group in Jammu and Kashmir which was launched recently mainly aims at radicalisation and recruitments for the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

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With Hizbul down, Pakistan gives special emphasis to Lashkar’s TRF

riyaz naikNew Delhi, May 08: With the Hizbul Mujahideen leadership down after the killing of Riyaz Naikoo, Pakistan is giving special emphasis to a new group called The Resistance Force that was launched in March 2020.

Pakistan strikes Imam of Jihadis, Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi off terror watch list

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New Delhi, Apr 22: In an expected move, Pakistan has taken off thousands of terrorists from its watch-list.

The name of Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, a prime accused in the Mumbai 26/11 attack and chief commander of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba has also been struck of the list.

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With Hizbul gone, Pakistan looks to fill in the gap with TRF/JK Fighters-The Resistance Front

armykashmir2New Delhi, Apr 20: There has been enhanced activity by a newly formed terror group in Jammu and Kashmir.

The first time that the agencies got to know about this group was in March 2020, when the police busted a module of The Resistance Front.” The module was busted on May 23, 2020 at Sopore and it was found back then, it was linked to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

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Lady who infiltrated Bengal ten years back passed vital govt info to Lashkar

Lashkar-e-Tayiba-1New Delhi, Mar 21: A lady who infiltrated India from Bangladesh ten years back has been arrested for her alleged links with the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

She has been booked under the provisions of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. The agencies have accused her of recruiting for the Lashkar.

Delhi riots: Agencies keep close watch on Muslim Defence Fund

delhi-riots-mn1The scanner is back on the Muslim Defence Fund now, reportedly, as money has started to come in, in large numbers to fund the protests over CAA

Bengaluru: The Muslim Defence Fund (MDF) was set up two years ago. This was a front that was meant to receive money from Pakistan to fan violence and also set up outfits that would preach a form of rabid Islam.

The scanner of the agencies on the Muslim Defence Fund is back now as money has started to come in, in large numbers to fund the protests over the citizenship law that was amended to provide citizenship to the persecuted minority from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

The National Investigation Agency, which first busted this case, learnt that the MDF had been set up in 2018, with a long-term plan. The MDF was to receive donations from both Muslims in India and abroad. It was originally set up by the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.

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Money doesn’t lie: Delhi riots – Concrete proof of international conspiracy emerges

delhi-riots-mnUnion home minister Amit Shah stated that there is proof that the riots in Delhi was funded internationally and money was routed from other parts of the country to be distributed in Delhi

Bengaluru: Union home minister Amit Shah made a startling revelation when he exposed an international conspiracy relating to the recent riots in northeast Delhi. Shah said that the Centre has information that the money came from abroad and the rest of the country and was distributed in Delhi.

Several agencies have told us that the money came from abroad and from the rest of the country before it was distributed in Delhi before the morning of February 24.

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