Two people stated to be Bangladeshi nationals with alleged links to militant outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen and ISIS have been arrested near Patna railway station in India’s Bihar.
The murders of bloggers, intellectuals, priests, academicians, rights activists, and also persons of ordinary vocations committed by allegedly extremist groups...
Not only the ruling coalition and its main Opposition (which is outside the Parliament) contradict each other as to who have been killing writers, bloggers and freethinkers in the country, but some ministers of the coalition government also contradict each other in this regard.
While Islamist terrorists have re-emerged recently, killing bloggers, writers, foreign nationals and Shias, and attacking an Ahmadiyya mosque, with impunity, one wonders how leaders, intellectuals, and ordinary people in Bangladesh can afford to waste time and energy in partisan politics!
If all those extremists killed and arrested in the last one month belong to the JMB then all those that had written off the extremist group as a non-entity and without the capacity to create problems for the country must be eating their words, and that includes the head of our police too.
Police find Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh’s link to the killing of Japanese national Kunio Hoshi and five recent incidents of attacks in Rangpur and Dinajpur, the deputy inspector general (DIG) of police (Rangpur range), says.
Detectives bust a group of seven members of Jama'atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), four of whom are citizens of Pakistan, the Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP) says.
Law enforcers claim arrest of eight leaders including a “key man” of banned militant outfit Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB).
Bangla Bhai, who was executed in 2007, has visited West Bengal in 2005 spending three months in several districts to set up a base for the banned militant outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen (JMB), investigations have revealed.