Indian knowledge has been cautioned by their Bangladeshi partners about scores of Hefazat-e-Islam aggressors escaping into adjoining Indian states like West Bengal and Assam, which were found gathering information up to this point.
A high-ranking representative of a focal insight organization said that Bangladesh’s Sheik Hasina government has started a monstrous crackdown on the Hefazat-e-Islam after the Islamist revolutionary gathering released a vicious mission restricting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh in March.
In excess of 50 top Hefazat pioneers and some having a place with other Islamist jihadi fear bunches have been captured and almost 300 givers who paid into Hefazat coffers have been distinguished. That incorporates top Hefazat pioneers like Mamunul Huq who has apparently admitted since his gathering had set itself the target of bringing down the Hasina government and building up a Taliban-type Islamic state in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh insight, with whom its Indian partners share magnificent data sharing relations, has revealed to Indian offices that they have reports that some Hefazat top shots have escaped or are attempting to escape into Indian states like West Bengal and Assam.
“We view their alarms appropriately in light of the fact that escaping Islamist extremists can without much of a stretch liquefy into states like West Bengal and Assam, where the organization and police were as of not long ago focussed on leading decisions. We have cautioned state police powers and the BSF to be extra careful,” the top focal insight office official said.
Be that as it may, he was not able to be named for clear reasons.
A week ago, two aggressors of the Jamaat ul Mujahideen were captured in Assam.
Administering Awami League legislators in Bangladesh are concerned that Hefazat and other Islamist revolutionaries may set up secret asylums in adjoining Indian states and afterward dispatch assaults on Bangladesh targets.
“Indeed, even Bangladesh’s common lawmakers and social characters who visit India for a large group of reasons might be targetted by these disappointed Islamist extremists. We appeal to Indian specialists, both Center and States, to guarantee our adversaries don’t get coverage in India much as our administration has guaranteed against Indian components don’t get any asylum in Bangladesh,” said Awami Mohila League pioneer Ayesha Zaman Shimu.
She told IANS if bunches like Hefazat, JMB, and ABT set up safe-havens in India, they can doubtlessly ‘delicate Bangladeshi targets’.
“Our kin, rich and poor, youthful and old, visit India for an entire host of reasons constantly. Such individuals will be exceptionally stressed if our jihadis discover cover in India,” Ayesha said.