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Nine arrested ISIS suspects are self-taught radicals: UP Police

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The Police on Thursday said the nine arrested ISIS suspects from Jalandhar, and Bijnor in a joint operation with the state Anti-Terrorist Squad were 'self radicalized'.

Additional Director General of Police Daljit Chaudhary said, "The youth arrested are not in liaison with any group, they are self-motivated, self guided and self-radicalised."

The police have evidence against four held and others are being interrogated.

"In the searches conducted, no incriminating evidence has been found as yet but it can be called a possible criminal conspiracy," he added.

Chaudhary further said that they are misguided youth and can be admitted to the mainstream after counselling.

Earlier, the 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.

Nearly a month ago, police had busted an ISIS-inspired terror module and one of its suspected members, Saifullah, was killed in a 12-hour siege and anti-terror operation in Lucknow.

The module was allegedly involved in the Ujjain train blast.

(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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Nine arrested ISIS suspects are self-taught radicals: UP Police

The Uttar Pradesh Police on Thursday said the nine arrested ISIS suspects from Jalandhar, Mumbai and Bijnor in a joint operation with the state Anti-Terrorist Squad were 'self radicalized'.Additional Director General of Uttar Pradesh Police Daljit Chaudhary said, "The youth arrested are not in liaison with any group, they are self-motivated, self guided and self-radicalised."The police have evidence against four held and others are being interrogated."In the searches conducted, no incriminating evidence has been found as yet but it can be called a possible criminal conspiracy," he added.Chaudhary further said that they are misguided youth and can be admitted to the mainstream after counselling.Earlier, 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.Nearly a month ago, police had busted an ...

The Police on Thursday said the nine arrested ISIS suspects from Jalandhar, and Bijnor in a joint operation with the state Anti-Terrorist Squad were 'self radicalized'.

Additional Director General of Police Daljit Chaudhary said, "The youth arrested are not in liaison with any group, they are self-motivated, self guided and self-radicalised."

The police have evidence against four held and others are being interrogated.

"In the searches conducted, no incriminating evidence has been found as yet but it can be called a possible criminal conspiracy," he added.

Chaudhary further said that they are misguided youth and can be admitted to the mainstream after counselling.

Earlier, the 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.

Nearly a month ago, police had busted an ISIS-inspired terror module and one of its suspected members, Saifullah, was killed in a 12-hour siege and anti-terror operation in Lucknow.

The module was allegedly involved in the Ujjain train blast.

(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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Nine arrested ISIS suspects are self-taught radicals: UP Police

The Police on Thursday said the nine arrested ISIS suspects from Jalandhar, and Bijnor in a joint operation with the state Anti-Terrorist Squad were 'self radicalized'.

Additional Director General of Police Daljit Chaudhary said, "The youth arrested are not in liaison with any group, they are self-motivated, self guided and self-radicalised."

The police have evidence against four held and others are being interrogated.

"In the searches conducted, no incriminating evidence has been found as yet but it can be called a possible criminal conspiracy," he added.

Chaudhary further said that they are misguided youth and can be admitted to the mainstream after counselling.

Earlier, the 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.

Nearly a month ago, police had busted an ISIS-inspired terror module and one of its suspected members, Saifullah, was killed in a 12-hour siege and anti-terror operation in Lucknow.

The module was allegedly involved in the Ujjain train blast.

(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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