Islamic Terror Plans


The statement of the Director-General of National Investigation Agency (NIA), YC Modi on Monday that the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen (JMB) has stepped up its activities in Assam and several other states of the country with the ulterior motive of creating and spreading terror has once again brought to focus a serious problem facing the country which has its roots in large-scale illegal infiltration from Bangladesh.

Modi, who was speaking at the NIA’s national conference of chiefs of the Anti-Terror Squads ATS) and Special Task Forces (STF) in the national capital, has very clearly pointed out that the JMB, a Bangladesh-based Islamic terror group, had already spread its tentacles to Bihar, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Kerala and Karnataka after having set up strong bases in various pockets of Assam and West Bengal inhabited by people who either have their roots in erstwhile East Pakistan and present-day Bangladesh or have migrated from that country in the recent couple of decades.  Read more

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