Islamic Terrorism in India

Most Muslims are not terrorists, but most terrorists are Muslims

All 17 districts of Madhya Pradesh face danger from extremist Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI)

Posted by jagoindia on October 15, 2008


Sep 25, 2008
Break SIMI’s network
In all 17 districts of Madhya Pradesh face danger from the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI). The organisation, over the years, being unchecked from any corner, has been strengthening its network. On Monday a meeting of senior police officials was held at the police headquarters in this connection. The districts where SIMI has spread its network include Sheopur, Guna, Ujjain, Indore, Bhopal, Dhar, Khandwa, Jabalpur, Shajapur, Neemuch, Dewas, Burhanpur, Narsinghpur, Seoni, Vidisha and Sehore. The meeting asked the police inspectors to coordinate and for free exchange of information on this issue.

Besides, the meeting also laid stress on intensive checking at all levels, proof of residence of tenants, regular checking of hotels, lodges and dharmashalas. It may be noted that soon after the constitution of the Anti-terror squad and the arrest of financier of SIMI, many grave information have come to the fore. At the same time the people’s co-operation is also a must to trace the activities of anti-national elements. The people should be aware what is happening in their colonies. If they find any person of suspicious nature, the police should be informed immediately so that any untoward incident is avoided. Now, the police intelligence should leave no stone unturned in busting SIMI’s hideouts and arresting their supporters.

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