New 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.
The 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.
Union 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.
New Delhi, Feb 19: The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against two terrorists of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba from Pakistan occupied Kashmir.
The duo to be charged are Khalil Ahmad and Mohammad Nazeem.
New Delhi, Feb 15: The sentencing of Lashkar-e-Tayiba chief Hafiz Saeed may just be a ploy to avoid getting black-listed by the Financial Action Task Force. There is a chance that he may be released after the FATF plenary.
The FATF is meeting on February 16 to decide on whether Pakistan remains in the Grey List or will be downgraded to the Black List. Saeed was sentenced to 11 years in jail in connection with two terror funding cases.
Saeed’s counsel claimed that there were several loopholes and his client was being jailed only because of pressure from the FATF.
New Delhi, Jan 03: Union Minister, Jitendra Singh said that the next step by the centre was to deport the Rohingyas from the country.
Speaking at a function in Jammu, Singh said that the next move by the government would be the deportation of the Rohingyas and the government was considering ways to do the same.
New Delhi, Jan 03: One of the key focuses of the Narendra Modi government has been internal security. While the government has dealt with an iron fist on issues relating to terror, there are bound to be challenges this year as well. While internal security challenges would remain, the immediate agenda would be to control the protests around the citizenship law.
It is the violence which is the key concern of the government and with various reports suggesting the presence of radical groups and terror organisation, the challenge has only become immense.
India recently observed the 11th anniversary of the 26/11 attack. It has been concluded that the attack was the handiwork of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Pakistan, would it not be pertinent to ask for an in-depth probe into the local angle to find out who the mole in the Indian establishment was?
The change of the NSG’s charter during the Mumbai 26/11 attack is one of the biggest mysteries and would require a thorough probe. Since the time of the attack and the probe that followed, there has been a debate on whether the attack had the blessings of the locals and some within the government.
India recently observed the 11th anniversary of the attack. Timed with the anniversary was also the release of the movie, Hotel Mumbai, which took us through the horrors of that night. While across all official channels, it has been concluded that the attack was the handiwork of the Lashkar-e-Taiba and Pakistan, would it not be pertinent to ask for an in-depth probe into the local angle to find out who the mole in the Indian establishment was?
Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF), which is the financial wing of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba (LeT), had roped in an Indian Muslim and a Pakistani to set up sleeper cells and modules to raise funds for the outfit, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has busted a module of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba (LeT) which has been identifying Indian Muslims abroad to fund a terror network.
Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF), which is the financial wing of the LeT, had roped in an Indian Muslim and a Pakistani to set up sleeper cells and modules to raise funds for the outfit, the NIA has said.
New Delhi, Dec 07: Pakistan is not serious about prosecuting the founder of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, Hafiz Saeed and others who were involved in the planning and execution of the Mumbai 26/11 attack.
While Pakistan has arrested seven men including Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, the operations commander of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba, their trial has been stalled for several years.