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ATS detained ISIS suspect from Bihar's Narkatiaganj

ANI  |  Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India]{ 

Special Task Force and Anti Squad have detained ISIS suspect from Bihar's Narkatiaganj area.

The Police Special Cell has arrested three ISIS suspects from Jalandhar, and Bijnor in a joint operation with the Anti-Terrorist Squad.

The Anti-Terrorist Squad said it received information of a group being readied for terror activities.

"Special Cell Police, CI cell Andhra, Maha ATS Punjab and Police were involved in the operation," it added.

Legal action would be taken based on evidence.

Meanwhile ADG (Law and Order) Daljeet Singh Choudhary told ANI, "Nine people from different locations were held by police. We have evidence against four such people, all are self motivated/radicalized; not in liaison with any group."

He further said, "In the searches conducted, no incriminating evidence has been found as yet. But it can be called a possible criminal conspiracy.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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ATS detained ISIS suspect from Bihar's Narkatiaganj

Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force and Anti Terrorism Squad have detained ISIS suspect from Bihar's Narkatiaganj area.The Delhi Police Special Cell has arrested three ISIS suspects from Jalandhar, Mumbai and Bijnor in a joint operation with the Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad.The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad said it received information of a group being readied for terror activities."Special Cell Delhi Police, CI cell Andhra, Maha ATS Punjab and Bihar Police were involved in the operation," it added.Legal action would be taken based on evidence.Meanwhile ADG (Law and Order) Daljeet Singh Choudhary told ANI, "Nine people from different locations were held by police. We have evidence against four such people, all are self motivated/radicalized; not in liaison with any group."He further said, "In the searches conducted, no incriminating evidence has been found as yet. But it can be called a possible criminal conspiracy.

Special Task Force and Anti Squad have detained ISIS suspect from Bihar's Narkatiaganj area.

The Police Special Cell has arrested three ISIS suspects from Jalandhar, and Bijnor in a joint operation with the Anti-Terrorist Squad.

The Anti-Terrorist Squad said it received information of a group being readied for terror activities.

"Special Cell Police, CI cell Andhra, Maha ATS Punjab and Police were involved in the operation," it added.

Legal action would be taken based on evidence.

Meanwhile ADG (Law and Order) Daljeet Singh Choudhary told ANI, "Nine people from different locations were held by police. We have evidence against four such people, all are self motivated/radicalized; not in liaison with any group."

He further said, "In the searches conducted, no incriminating evidence has been found as yet. But it can be called a possible criminal conspiracy.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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ATS detained ISIS suspect from Bihar's Narkatiaganj

Special Task Force and Anti Squad have detained ISIS suspect from Bihar's Narkatiaganj area.

The Police Special Cell has arrested three ISIS suspects from Jalandhar, and Bijnor in a joint operation with the Anti-Terrorist Squad.

The Anti-Terrorist Squad said it received information of a group being readied for terror activities.

"Special Cell Police, CI cell Andhra, Maha ATS Punjab and Police were involved in the operation," it added.

Legal action would be taken based on evidence.

Meanwhile ADG (Law and Order) Daljeet Singh Choudhary told ANI, "Nine people from different locations were held by police. We have evidence against four such people, all are self motivated/radicalized; not in liaison with any group."

He further said, "In the searches conducted, no incriminating evidence has been found as yet. But it can be called a possible criminal conspiracy.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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