Path of terror, promotion of Jihad… ‘S’ revealed on ISIS target in UP – Khel Ja

Terrorist organization ISIS is once again increasing its activities in Uttar Pradesh. He is instigating the students of Aligarh Muslim University and bringing them on the path of terrorism. ISIS has targeted a new plan named ‘S’ in UP. The ‘S’ code had earlier also involved the Student Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) in several terrorist incidents. Many years after SIMI was banned, ISIS has again targeted UP.

ISIS is targeting the students of Aligarh Muslim University. Recently, students of the university’s student organization SAMU i.e. Students of Aligarh Muslim University were arrested. During interrogation, it was revealed that all the arrested students were planning to commit terrorist acts by joining ISIS and promoting jihad activities. The arrested accused were instigating many students for Jihad through internet media.

Big revelation on Target ‘S’

Target ‘S’ means that ISIS is targeting those students who are unhappy with the system or the government, and easily join terrorist plans in the name of Jihad. SIMI has also had the same pattern in UP. Apart from this, like SIMI, this time also the same students who were studying some professional course are on target. UP ATS is investigating the Student of Aligarh Muslim University organization. Uttar Pradesh Anti Terrorism Squad is investigating how many members are there and who were in contact with Wajihuddin.

Many Hindu leaders on target of Pune module

The investigation so far has revealed that the Pune module of ISIS was plotting to murder Mahant Yati Narsimhanand of Shiv Shakti Dham temple of Dasna, Ghaziabad and many Hindu leaders. This has been revealed during the interrogation of suspected terrorists Abdullah Arslan and Maaz bin Tariq arrested from Aligarh. ATS took both of them on remand to Aligarh and seized 1 pistol, 5 cartridges and some electronic devices.

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