New Delhi, Aug 7: The National Investigating Agency has arrested two persons in connection with the planning of a bomb blast at the Bodh Gaya complex on January 19 2018. The arrested persons have been identified as Abdul Karim and Mustafizur Rehman, both residents of West Bengal.
New Delhi, Aug 4: The Assam NRC has been a subject matter of debate and the opposition led by West Bengal Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee has questioned the rationale behind the move.
Back in the month of January 2017, the residence of BJP leader Krishna Bhattacharya in Uttarapura was bombed by workers of the Trinamool Congress. The same month TMC workers had attacked the BJP’s office in Kolkata.
The National Investigation Agency has arrested a person from Hyderabad in connection with a fake currency case. Mohammad Rustam, aged 35, a resident of Malda in West Bengal was arrested by the NIA following a disclosure by prime accused Saddam Hossain.
The findings in Burdhwan in West Bengal had left the nation shocked. A huge ploy was unearthed in 2014 were members of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, Bangladesh (JMB) were preparing bombs and were planning on shifting it to Bangladesh.
West Bengal has been a state on the boil. It has seen a spike in incidents of communal violence over the past three years. In fact, data compiled by the Union Home Ministry show a clear increase in the number of incidents relating to communal violence.
We are after all Indians and hence there should be no problem in having a one-nation-one-identity, the Supreme Court said while hearing the Aadhaar matter.
The role of the neo JMB in the recent Bodhgaya incident has almost been confirmed. Two neo Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen members were arrested and 50 kilograms of ammonium nitrate was recovered from them in West Bengal.
New Delhi: The Jamaat-ul Mujahideen (JeM) Bangladesh which had cropped up in a big way during the blast at Burdhwan is back in the news. With the security agencies suspecting that they were behind the blast at Bodhgaya recently, it is now clear that the outfit has come back to life after lying low for three years.
Shazia is married with two children. She is based in West Bengal and her name has surfaced yet again following a thorough investigation which has revealed a plot to send ISIS recruits from Bangladesh to Afghanistan and Pakistan.