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Al Qaeda linked man on the radar of NIA, radicalizing the youth of Assam

Assam Man Link With Al Qaida Radar on NIA: Akthar Hussain Lashkar, a resident of Assam, is under investigation for having links with Al-Qaeda, a terrorist organization banned by the National Investigation Agency (NIA). Hussain is accused of radicalizing the youth. At the same time, he was planning to send youth to Kashmir and Khorasan province of Afghanistan for terrorist training. The FIR registered by the NIA reveals the fact that Lashkar had also instigated the youth to wage war in the name of religion.

Akhtar Hussain is a resident of Theltikar village in Cachar district of Assam. Hussain currently lives in Thilaknagar area of ​​Bangalore. The al-Qaeda member used to try to incite youth through social media. Akhtar Hussain was found involved in activities related to radicalisation, youth indulging in sedition against India and inciting communal violence. Akhtar Hussain used to tell the youth that the Indian Army is committing atrocities on Muslims in Kashmir.

Plan to send youth for terrorist training

According to the NIA FIR, “In addition, the accused had conspired to send radical youths to Kashmir and Khorasan province of Afghanistan for terrorist training and waging war against India. To carry out his terrorism related activities, Al-Qaeda and There were links with other institutions and foreign masters.”

Know what is written in the FIR of NIA

The NIA FIR was registered on August 30 against Lashkar and one Abdul Aleem Mandal alias MD Juba. Who is a native of Kultali, Godabar, Tangrabichi, South 24 Parganas, West Bengal. He currently resides in Salem, Tamil Nadu. Both were booked under several sections of the Indian Penal Code and sections 10, 13, 15, 16, 18 and 20 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. The FIR is based on a case registered earlier by the Bengaluru Police on July 24.

Hussain was provoking youth through telegram group

On July 24, the Bengaluru Police had received information against Lashkar that it had formed Telegram groups named The Eagle of Kohrasan and Hinder-Eagle. The youth have been radicalised. Later investigators found that the accused conspired to send youths to Kashmir and Khorasan province of Afghanistan to undergo terrorist training of radical youths and instigate them to wage war in the name of religion.

Akhtar Hussain Lashkar’s links with Al-Qaeda

The NIA suspects that Akhtar Hussain Lashkar has links with institutions and operators in Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan for activities related to terrorism. According to the FIR, Lashkar was planning to go to Kashmir from Bengaluru and had links with banned terrorist organization Al-Qaeda. The NIA re-registered the case following an order issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Bengaluru branch of the Anti-Terrorism Agency is probing it.

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