Islamic Terrorism in India

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Pakistan’s ISI’s link to Manipur Islamic terrorist group People’s United Liberation Front exposed

Posted by jagoindia on July 8, 2009


ISI-Manipur separatist group link exposed
1 Jul 2009, 1923 hrs IST
TIMES NOW has exclusive information about Pakistan’s ISI’s clandestine links with a little known Islamic outfit operating in the North-East. According to documents available with TIMES NOW , the ISI has links with the People’s United Liberation Front (PULF), an Islamic outfit based in Manipur.
A key PULF operative who was recently arrested has revealed that several senior cadres of the outfit have trained in Pakistan with the strategic help and assistance of the ISI.
The ISI’s assistance to the PULF should be seen in the light of the fact that the organisation’s prime objective and aim is to establish an Islamic state in India’s North-East.
The ISI has been known in the recent past to be working with Assam’s ULFA through the Bangladeshi HUJI to destablise the North East, but this is the first direct attempt by the agency to interfere in this region.
And, the PULF’s major areas of operation are in the Imphal Valley as well as the hill districts of Chandel, Thoubal and Churchandpur. Lilong in Thoubal is its stronghold. It is also known to have bases in the Barak Valley in southern Assam besides Lakhimpur in Upper Assam, Nagoan in Central Assam and Barpeta in Lower Assam.
PULF was formed in 1993 by members of Manipur’s local Muslim community, the Pangals. Its aim is to establish an Islamic state in the North-East. Its cadre base is mainly drawn from the Pangal community in Manipur. It also has recruits from among Assamese Muslims.ISI-Manipur separatist group link exposed
1 Jul 2009, 1923 hrs IST
TIMES NOW has exclusive information about Pakistan’s ISI’s clandestine links with a little known Islamic outfit operating in the North-East. According to documents available with TIMES NOW , the ISI has links with the People’s United Liberation Front (PULF), an Islamic outfit based in Manipur.
A key PULF operative who was recently arrested has revealed that several senior cadres of the outfit have trained in Pakistan with the strategic help and assistance of the ISI.
The ISI’s assistance to the PULF should be seen in the light of the fact that the organisation’s prime objective and aim is to establish an Islamic state in India’s North-East.
The ISI has been known in the recent past to be working with Assam’s ULFA through the Bangladeshi HUJI to destablise the North East, but this is the first direct attempt by the agency to interfere in this region.
And, the PULF’s major areas of operation are in the Imphal Valley as well as the hill districts of Chandel, Thoubal and Churchandpur. Lilong in Thoubal is its stronghold. It is also known to have bases in the Barak Valley in southern Assam besides Lakhimpur in Upper Assam, Nagoan in Central Assam and Barpeta in Lower Assam.
PULF was formed in 1993 by members of Manipur’s local Muslim community, the Pangals. Its aim is to establish an Islamic state in the North-East. Its cadre base is mainly drawn from the Pangal community in Manipur. It also has recruits from among Assamese Muslims.
PULF was formed in 1993 by members of Manipur’s local Muslim community, the Pangals. Its aim is to establish an Islamic state in the North-East. Its cadre base is mainly drawn from the Pangal community in Manipur. It also has recruits from among Assamese Muslims.

1 Jul 2009, 1923 hrs IST

TIMES NOW has exclusive information about Pakistan’s ISI’s clandestine links with a little known Islamic outfit operating in the North-East. According to documents available with TIMES NOW , the ISI has links with the People’s United Liberation Front (PULF), an Islamic outfit based in Manipur.

A key PULF operative who was recently arrested has revealed that several senior cadres of the outfit have trained in Pakistan with the strategic help and assistance of the ISI.

The ISI’s assistance to the PULF should be seen in the light of the fact that the organisation’s prime objective and aim is to establish an Islamic state in India’s North-East.

The ISI has been known in the recent past to be working with Assam’s ULFA through the Bangladeshi HUJI to destablise the North East, but this is the first direct attempt by the agency to interfere in this region.

And, the PULF’s major areas of operation are in the Imphal Valley as well as the hill districts of Chandel, Thoubal and Churchandpur. Lilong in Thoubal is its stronghold. It is also known to have bases in the Barak Valley in southern Assam besides Lakhimpur in Upper Assam, Nagoan in Central Assam and Barpeta in Lower Assam.

PULF was formed in 1993 by members of Manipur’s local Muslim community, the Pangals. Its aim is to establish an Islamic state in the North-East. Its cadre base is mainly drawn from the Pangal community in Manipur. It also has recruits from among Assamese Muslims.

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