Islamic Terrorism in India

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Islamic terror network gains ground in Bihar

Posted by jagoindia on June 9, 2009


June 8, 2009
Terror network gains ground in Bihar
Amarnath Tewary | Patna
Lashkar-e-Tayyeba Nepal chief Mohd Omar Madni’s arrest has blown the lid off the terror networks gaining ground in Bihar. LeT Nepal chief’s arrest has also alarmed the authorities about the youth missing from Basopatti panchayats, native village of Madni.
Basopatti in Madhubani district is barely four km from Nepal’s bordering district of Jaynagar. Madni owns a palatial building in Balkatwa village of Basopatti panchayat where his mother and other relatives are still living. Villagers say that Madni last visited his village some two years ago to dispose his landed property.
Madni has been living in Nepal since 1985 and was reportedly running a travel agency there. Village head (Mukhia) Madan Paswan said that Madni even contested the State Assembly election in 1980 from Harlakhi constituency in Madhubani. Madni’s name appears as Mohd Mokir in voter’s list. His name also figured in the family survey conducted by the State Government.
Madni is said to be third of his five siblings. His eldest brother Mohd Juhair Salfi is a professor in Delhi. The other three brothers, said the villagers, are settled in Saudi Arabia. They also recalled that Madni too had earlier told them that he had a big business in Saudi Arabia.
When Madni was arrested and was later identified as Mohd Mokir, Basopatti villagers told local reporters that at least eight to ten young boys of the village have been missing since long. However, when some of the mediapersons tried to visit Madni’s house in Balkatwa village on Saturday and Sunday, the villagers chased them away saying that media is earning their village a bad name.
Madni’s father Moulvi Mohd Shamsul Haque was a moulvi at Salfia Madrassa in Varanasi where Madni and some of his brothers were educated.
After his arrest, the Delhi police are also expected to visit Basopatti to know more about Madni’s past and apparently to find out why and how many youth of the area have crossed the border to get training by ISI and LeT.
According to a local report, Madni had recruited over three dozen youth, including the Mumbai local train serial bomb blast accused Kamal Ansari. Ansari too belonged to Basopatti panchayat in Madhubani.
Earlier, Kamal Ahmad and Khalid Aziz both residents of Basopatti too were reportedly arrested for their alleged involvement in serial blasts in Mumbai trains. Another ISI operative Mohd Salahuddin, who too belonged to Madhubani, was arrested by UP police from Lucknow for his alleged involvement in attack on CRPF camp at Rampur.
There are a sizeable number of Muslims in Madhubani and Darbhanga, and since they are situated on the Indo-Nepal border, the ISI and LeT recruit maximum youth from these districts.
If intelligence reports are to be believed, Jaynagar in Nepal, barely ten km away from Basopatti, has become the main operative point for ISI and LeT operatives.
The anti-nationals could easily sneak into both the countries, India and Nepal crossing the porous border through villages like Mahwapur, Harlakhi, Basopatti, Ladanyian, Loukaha, Khutauna and Andhramath.
These villages on the Indo-Nepal border in Madhubani district have become a breeding ground for recruits in ISI and LeT.
Madni, said the local sources, was operating as the main conduit for recruiting the local boys for ISI and LeT.
Madni had reportedly caught the Delhi-bound train from Patna Junction and de-boarded at Aligarh. The interrogating agency is now trying to get Madni’s contacts in Patna.
Significantly, Bihar police have preferred to maintain tight-lipped on either the arrest of Madni or Basopatti in Madhubani becoming the breeding ground for anti-national activities.
June 8, 2009
Amarnath Tewary | Patna
Lashkar-e-Tayyeba Nepal chief Mohd Omar Madni’s arrest has blown the lid off the terror networks gaining ground in Bihar. LeT Nepal chief’s arrest has also alarmed the authorities about the youth missing from Basopatti panchayats, native village of Madni.
Basopatti in Madhubani district is barely four km from Nepal’s bordering district of Jaynagar. Madni owns a palatial building in Balkatwa village of Basopatti panchayat where his mother and other relatives are still living. Villagers say that Madni last visited his village some two years ago to dispose his landed property.
Madni has been living in Nepal since 1985 and was reportedly running a travel agency there. Village head (Mukhia) Madan Paswan said that Madni even contested the State Assembly election in 1980 from Harlakhi constituency in Madhubani. Madni’s name appears as Mohd Mokir in voter’s list. His name also figured in the family survey conducted by the State Government.
Madni is said to be third of his five siblings. His eldest brother Mohd Juhair Salfi is a professor in Delhi. The other three brothers, said the villagers, are settled in Saudi Arabia. They also recalled that Madni too had earlier told them that he had a big business in Saudi Arabia.
When Madni was arrested and was later identified as Mohd Mokir, Basopatti villagers told local reporters that at least eight to ten young boys of the village have been missing since long. However, when some of the mediapersons tried to visit Madni’s house in Balkatwa village on Saturday and Sunday, the villagers chased them away saying that media is earning their village a bad name.
Madni’s father Moulvi Mohd Shamsul Haque was a moulvi at Salfia Madrassa in Varanasi where Madni and some of his brothers were educated.
After his arrest, the Delhi police are also expected to visit Basopatti to know more about Madni’s past and apparently to find out why and how many youth of the area have crossed the border to get training by ISI and LeT.
According to a local report, Madni had recruited over three dozen youth, including the Mumbai local train serial bomb blast accused Kamal Ansari. Ansari too belonged to Basopatti panchayat in Madhubani.
Earlier, Kamal Ahmad and Khalid Aziz both residents of Basopatti too were reportedly arrested for their alleged involvement in serial blasts in Mumbai trains. Another ISI operative Mohd Salahuddin, who too belonged to Madhubani, was arrested by UP police from Lucknow for his alleged involvement in attack on CRPF camp at Rampur.
There are a sizeable number of Muslims in Madhubani and Darbhanga, and since they are situated on the Indo-Nepal border, the ISI and LeT recruit maximum youth from these districts.
If intelligence reports are to be believed, Jaynagar in Nepal, barely ten km away from Basopatti, has become the main operative point for ISI and LeT operatives.
The anti-nationals could easily sneak into both the countries, India and Nepal crossing the porous border through villages like Mahwapur, Harlakhi, Basopatti, Ladanyian, Loukaha, Khutauna and Andhramath.
These villages on the Indo-Nepal border in Madhubani district have become a breeding ground for recruits in ISI and LeT.
Madni, said the local sources, was operating as the main conduit for recruiting the local boys for ISI and LeT.
Madni had reportedly caught the Delhi-bound train from Patna Junction and de-boarded at Aligarh. The interrogating agency is now trying to get Madni’s contacts in Patna.
Significantly, Bihar police have preferred to maintain tight-lipped on either the arrest of Madni or Basopatti in Madhubani becoming the breeding ground for anti-national activities.

One Response to “Islamic terror network gains ground in Bihar”

  1. Ali said

    If impotent indian government is interested to tackle terrorism in Bihar, first put lalu Yadav behind bars. He is a anti-national that supports islamic jihadis directly and brings bangla muslims into Bhiar and legalize them for vote bank.

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