Two al-Qaeda terrorists arrested in Bengal, jihadist literature recovered
Kolkata: These days, terrorist activities are increasing in the country and there are reports of terrorists being captured in every corner of the country. In such a situation, the big question arises, where do so many terrorists come from, or are people here becoming terrorists blindly in religious fundamentalism? However, actions against terrorism are also underway throughout the country. In this footage, the Special Task Force (STF) unit of the West Bengal Police arrested two suspected members of the banned terrorist organization Al-Qaeda from Kharibari in the area of the government police station on Wednesday.
The arrested suspects may be active members of the banned terrorist group Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS). According to reports, the STF arrested them both around 8 p.m. Wednesday. STF sources said those detained were identified as Abdur Rakib Sarkar, a resident of Gangarampur in South Dinajpur district and Qazi Ahsan Ullah, a resident of Arambagh in Hooghly district.
The West Bengal Police STF claimed that several jihadist books teaching war against India and non-Muslims had been seized. A specific case is being filed against the two accused detained under various sections of the UAPA and IPC and the names of 17 other FIRs have come up during questioning so far.
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