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Zero tolerance policy continues against terrorism in Assam, DGP said – Police has arrested 34 so far

In response to a senior Assam Police official, the Assam Police has arrested greater than 34 folks linked to al-Qaeda within the state. Speaking to the media, Assam DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta mentioned that greater than 34 folks related to Al Qaeda have already been arrested. He mentioned that the Assam Police is not going to permit such conspiracies to succeed. Some military coaching camps have been arrange by Bangladeshis, he mentioned.

Assam | There are several types of teams of Madrasas in Assam… Some new teams are sprouting up & taking benefit. Conspiracy hatching from outdoors Assam, presently from Bangladesh & Al-Qaeda-affiliated teams, influencing youth to unfold radicalization: DGP BJ Mahanta

— ANI (@ANI) August 25, 2022 Conspiracy being hatched from outdoors in Assam

DGP Mahanta additional mentioned that some new teams are rising within the state and are making the most of the youth to unfold fundamentalism. He mentioned that a number of teams of madrasas are run in Assam, out of which some new teams are rising just lately and making the most of it. Conspiracy is being hatched from outdoors within the state. At present influencing youth from Bangladesh and teams affiliated with al-Qaeda to unfold fanaticism.

Police arrested 2 on yesterday

Considerably, two imams have been arrested in Assam’s Gowalpara district on Monday for radicalizing Muslim youth and having hyperlinks with the terrorist group ‘Al Qaeda within the Indian Subcontinent’ (AQIS). In response to a police official, each the arrested Imams have been allegedly concerned in radicalizing the youth for the final three-four years and have been additionally concerned in jihadi actions.

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Police mentioned that each have hyperlinks with jihadis arrested earlier in Assam and West Bengal. One among them organized a spiritual program in Tilapada Sundarpada, which was addressed by a number of audio system from Bangladesh, who’ve been recognized as jihadists and their speeches contained materials associated to such actions. The police had recovered a number of books, posters and a cell phone used to contact jihadists in Bangladesh from their possession.

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