2 Bangladeshi “Accused” Terrorists Arrested From Noida


Two terrorists supposedly from Bangladesh were on Tuesday arrested from Noida in Uttar Pradesh. The two have been distinguished as Musharraf Hussain and Rubel Ahmed.

The two militants stowing away in Noida were captured by a joint group of Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terror Squad and West Bengal Police.

Cops engaged with the activity to capture the two fear-based oppressors said that they were intending to do a noteworthy dread strike in the national capital.

Cops engaged with the task to capture the two psychological militants said that they were intending to do a noteworthy fear strike in the national capital.


Security has been fixed in and around the national capital in front of Independence Day on August 15. Insight organizations have cautioned of a conceivable fear assault arranged by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) in front of the Independence Day.

The data was uncovered by Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) fear-based oppressors Syed Muneer-ul-Hassan Qadri, Ashiq Baba and Tariq Ahmad Dar, who were as of late captured by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for their part in the Nagrota Army camp assault in 2016 that slaughtered seven Indian troopers.

Amid cross-examination, the counter-dread test organization discovered that JeM has been sending its prepared operators, which generally incorporate confused Kashmiri youth, under different clothes, for example, handyman and so forth.

The specialists are additionally watching out for all sewer lines, sewer vents paving the way to the Red Fort and trees, entryway and windows and columns confronting the landmark


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