Apprehended IS operatives confess they planned to contact J&K terror groups

Members of the Islamic State module who were nabbed during raids in Delhi and Uttar Pradesh in December 2018 have revealed that they had plans of contacting terror groups in Jammu and Kashmir for carrying out attacks in India.

During questioning, several members of the module confessed that they had planned to get in touch with terrorist organisations active in J&K.

It was also learnt during questioning that an operative named Saqib had even toured south Kashmir in the months of May and August 2018 in a bid to establish contact with terrorist groups there.

The objective of such dastardly endeavours were to consider the prospect of carrying out attacks in India under IS’ leadership. Read More

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