NIA cracks down further on JMB, foils terror plots

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Clamping down further on outlawed Bangladeshi outfit — the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) — the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday foiled the group’s plans to strike across India.

While the group was responsible for the Burdhwan blast in 2014 and their main operative in NIA custody, the agency said that disclosures from the terrorist pointed to the group’s covert operations in south India.

“JMB terrorist Jahidul Islam, alias, Kausar, who is in NIA custody has disclosed that after the Burdhwan blast in 2014, he and other JMB members took shelter at various hideouts in South India to escape the law and revealed the activities of JMB in India,” the NIA said in a statement. Read more

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