- The Central Government has designated Islamic State and all of its incarnations as "Terrorist Organizations" and added them to the First Schedule of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
- The Home Ministry claims that the Islamic State organisation spreads its ideology using a variety of internet-based social media platforms.
The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) claimed to have captured a suicide bomber on Monday. The apprehended bomber was allegedly preparing a terrorist strike in India and is a member of the Islamic State terrorist organisation.
Russia’s FSB stated in a statement that it has “identified and captured a member of the international terrorist group Islamic State from a Central Asian nation who wanted to execute a terrorist act by blowing himself up against one of the representatives of India’s ruling circles.”
According to the statement, one of the IS leaders in Turkey recruited the arrested to carry out suicide bombings.
On the Line of Control (LoC) in the Rajouri area of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday, the Indian Army apprehended an unauthorised terrorist.
On Sunday evening, the Nowshera sector’s Sehar Makri neighbourhood had been the subject of suspicious activity noted by security personnel.
Tabrak Hussain, a suicide bomber sent across the border by the Lashkar-e-Taiba, has been identified as the terrorist (LeT).
The terrorist started to flee back toward the Pakistani side of the LoC after coming into contact with security personnel.
The army opened fire on him, and he was captured. Following first aid, Hussain was transported to the Army hospital in Rajouri.
He confessed to being sent by the LeT suicide squad to attack Army installations along the LoC during questioning.
The Central Government has designated Islamic State and all of its incarnations as “Terrorist Organizations” and added them to the First Schedule of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
The Home Ministry claims that the Islamic State organisation spreads its ideology using a variety of internet-based social media platforms.
The relevant agencies are closely monitoring cyberspace in this regard, and appropriate legal action is taken.