NIA Busts Al Qaeda Module, Raids In West Bengal & Kerala, 9 Arrested

by pranjalipargaonkar

New Delhi : The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has claimed to have exposed the large network of Al Qaeda. The NIA has conducted raids in Kerala and West Bengal over the Al Qaeda module. During this raid of NIA, 9 people have been arrested.

It is being told that raids have been conducted in completely new cases regarding Al-Qaeda. The raids have been conducted by NIA in Kerala in Ernakulam and Murshidabad in West Bengal. 9 people have been arrested during the raid.

The NIA has arrested 3 people from Ernakulam in Kerala during raids, while 6 have been arrested from Murshidabad in Bengal. It is being told that many security establishments were on their target. The age of all those arrested is being told around 20 years. All are laborers. These were being monitored after getting input about the terrorist plot.

The NIA raided several locations simultaneously in Ernakulam (Kerala) and Murshidabad (West Bengal) this morning and arrested 9 terrorists linked to al-Qaeda’s Pakistan-sponsored module.

The NIA has recovered digital equipment, documents, jihadi literature, sharp weapons and other items from the arrested suspected terrorists. Initial investigation has revealed that the terrorists of Pakistan-based Al Qaeda through social media radicalized them. The terrorists sitting in Pakistan encouraged them to attack many important places including Delhi.

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