ISIS Plan To Plant Beef In Lakshmi Temple
ISIS goons Plan To Put Beef In Bhagyalakshmi Temple around Charminar, to instigate communal riots during Holy Ramzan Foiled by National Investigation Agency.
Recently, Hyderabad has been the victim of terrorism, sponsored from across the borders. There have been many incidents of terrorist attacks in the form of bomb blasts, We are yet to forget Gokul Chat and Dilsukhnagar bomb blast ramifications. Maintaining law and order in areas affected by Left Wing Extremists is a challenging task for Police.
In a sensational bite, the National Investigation Agency – a Central Counter Terrorism Law Enforcement Agency in India, has busted an ISIS goons sly plan to plant beef inside Bhagyalakshmi Temple to instigate riots in Hyderabad, in the holy month of Ramzan.
Devious plans of procuring beef meat to be placed at temples were linked to spark “terror module” by Islamic State. Eleven youths who were working at the behest of IS handlers have been raided and detained, including a software professional after a big cordon operation around charminar.
The NIA with the help of local cops seized deadly weapons, arms, urea, acid, some chemicals, electronic gadgets and other explosives besides Rs 15 lakh in cash from their custody.
On the other hand, the arrests also gave the BJP an ammunition to attack the Telangana government and blamed it for “criminal neglect” and failing in averting terror outfits from Hyderabad.
The master-mind behind this plan as per the judgement of NIA is a Syria-based handler identified as ‘Amir’ but questionable to be Shafi Armar alias Yousuf al Hindi. He, by inspiring youth, was targeting Hyderabad to carry out bomb blasts to eliminate VVIPs and bomb mass areas such as malls in city and around Charminar, an NIA officer told a crime reporter.
Earlier, NIA had probed 93 specific cases under specific Acts for investigation. Post charge-sheets, 13 cases have been partly settled in trial. Of these, 11 cases finished in confidence giving NIA a privileged confidence percentage of 85%.