‘Radical Islamist groups posing security threat’

NEW DELHI, JUN 6 (AGENCIES): | Publish Date: 6/7/2019 12:00:00 AM IST

Intelligence agencies have raised an alarm over looming threat of radicalisation in the country. In a report submitted before Home Ministry, intelligence agencies have warned that many radical Islamist groups have been making attempts to increase their presence across the country.

The report sent to the Union Home Ministry claims that some radical groups with bases in southern state of Kerala are making incessant attempts to radicalise youth living near the India-Nepal border. Such groups are also targeting Bangladeshi Muslims who reside in North Eastern states like Assam. Agencies have revealed that funds coming from Gulf countries are being used to mobilise such outfits. 

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