NIA to File Charges Versus Alleged Members of West Bengal Al-Qaeda Cell
NIA detectives declare that the al-Qaeda cell was established by Murshidabad-born Murshid Hasan, who encountered jihadist propaganda online while working in Kerala’s Ernakulam.
Bangladesh and Pakistan-based al-Qaeda leaders, the NIA says, motivated Hasan to set up a regional cell, for which he hired numerous other Murshidabad homeowners.
Established in 2014, under the leadership of Uttar Pradesh-born Sana-ul-Haq, likewise understood as Asim Umar, al-Qaeda’s South Asia branch, understood as al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent, remains active in Afghanistan.
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