NIA investigations revealed details on states in which Islamic State most active
New Delhi: Monsoon session of Parliament is taking place under the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic, India-China border tension at LAC, and economic crisis. The day 2 of Parliament witnessed a fiery debate with Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh giving a speech on the border row, while the opposition demanded information on migrant deaths as well as Bollywood’s nexus with drug traffickers and NIA investigations on the Islamic state.
NIA investigations revealed that Islamic State (IS) most active in Kerala, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, WB, Rajasthan, Bihar, UP, MP & J&K.
MoS MHA G Kishan Reddy in a written reply in RS on ‘details on states in which IS terrorists most active’ of the NIA investigations on Islamic states active in which states and where will be the most IS terrorist will be active.