Islamic State group 'Al-Hind' expanding its presence in South India
This is the first time that the NIA or any investigating agency disclosed the conspiracy of such ISIS in India. However, terrorist groups are trying to make those places an Islamic state.
New Delhi: Taking care of country's security is always a task for Government. Now there are reports which claim that ISIS was Speedily expanding its feet in India. Now the revelation confirms that AL- Hind was making big plans in southern India areas.
Al- Hind terrorist group in India:
A major revelation made about the module al-Hind of the radical terrorist group ISIS. According to the report, in the year 2019, it was planned to establish itself in the jungles of South India. According to the NIAA, ISIS was planning to install the themselves in the forests of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala.
The NIA made this disclosure in a chargesheet filed against 17 members of the module in July.
Planning to make Islamic State:
This is the first time that the NIA or any investigating agency disclosed the conspiracy of such ISIS in India. However, terrorist groups are trying to make those places an Islamic state, where they have good control. Many terrorists have been arrested between December 2019 and January this year.
Terrorists in Jungle of South India:
To understand how to protect themselves inside the jungle, 20-members of the ISI module, led by Mehboob Pasha of Bangalore and Khaja Moideen of Cuddalore, bought books written on the famous dacoit Veerappan, these books mention that How Berappan managed to dodge the police of many states by hiding in the forest.
An Islamic State Base in India:
Pasha visited the Shivanasamudra region in Karnataka along with four other members of the fundamentalist module in November 2019 to identify whereabouts for themselves in the jungle, members of Module al-Hind are looking for a place to build the first IS base in the area.