The protests of CAA and NRC, which have been steadily growing for the previous a number of days, have now come to a standstill. In the nationwide capital, a hyperlink to the terrorist group ISIS has come out behind the opposition to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
A particular cell of Delhi Police raided Jamia Nagar in Okhla space on Sunday, arresting a few natives of Jammu and Kashmir who had been in contact with Islamic State of Khorasan Province (ISKP), an lively module of IS in Afghanistan and shortly He was getting ready to hold out any main suicide assault within the nation. Both had been always tricking the youth of Shaheen Bagh and Jamia space on the pretext of CAA protest. <! –
The Delhi Police has began a search operation primarily based on the data obtained from each of them.
According to info obtained, in response to DCP Pramod Singh Kushwaha of Special Cell of Delhi Police, the accused couple has been recognized as Jeb Sami and his spouse Hina Bashir Baig. At the identical time, it’s being stated that each of them reached Delhi from Srinagar in August after Article-370 led to Jammu and Kashmir final 12 months. It can also be being stated that the police group has recovered from them digital tools, inflammatory books selling jihadist concepts and different objectionable materials. Kushwaha stated that each Shaheen Bagh and Jamia had been lively in anti-CAA protests for 3 months. Both of them used to incite the protesters within the identify of Jihad to extend the CAA protest.
Afghanistan used to contact WhatsApp: At the identical time, it has been discovered that Sami and Hina had been always in contact with senior members of ISKP in Afghanistan by means of social media and WhatsApp calling. It can also be being stated that Sami was additionally in touch with Huzaifa Baqistani of Khorasan, who known as himself Dhani of Vilaya Hind, who has now been killed. In addition, Sami additionally said throughout interrogation that he had additionally performed an lively function within the circulation of IS's' Saat al-Hind (Voice of India) journal in its February problem.