Pak Taliban, ISIS recruit 300 plus Indians: NIA dossier

The dossier also alleges that they are working on a master plan to carry out attacks in India.

FP Staff August 29, 2014 20:44:20 IST
Pak Taliban, ISIS recruit 300 plus Indians: NIA dossier

In a shocking development a National Investigation Agency dossier acquired alleges that more than 300 Indian youth have been recruited by Pakistan-based Tehreek-e-Taliban which has joined hands with ISIS.

According to a Times Now report, the NIA dossier says that the youth are being recruited from Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Karnataka. They are being trained in Pakistan, Iraq and Syria to be Fidayeen.

Pak Taliban ISIS recruit 300 plus Indians NIA dossier

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The dossier also alleges that they are working on a master plan to carry out attacks in India.

The NIA dossier even throws light on the modus operandi of ISIS. It also hints the Pakistani Taliban wants to move away from ISI.

The new outfit is being called Ansar-Ul-Tawad.

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