Assam is becoming a base of jihadi activities, parents keep an eye on madrasas' studies: CM Himant
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Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said on Thursday that the state is becoming a base of jihadi activities and in the last few months, five modules of Bangladesh, a Bangladesh -based terrorist organization Ansarul Islam, have been exposed. Sarma said that six Bangladeshi citizens belonging to Ansarul Islam came to Assam to trick the youth and one of them was arrested in March this year while exposing the first module in Barpeta. Said that it is worrying to trick Muslim youths outside Assam in the name of studying in private madrasas. The Chief Minister said, jihadi activity is very different from terrorist or extremist activities. It begins with tricking for many years, followed by active participation in promoting Islamic fundamentalism, and finally goes to destructive activities.
Illegal Bangladeshi citizens who entered, operated several training camps during the Kovid-19 epidemic. He said, "Only one of these Bangladeshi has been arrested so far, and I appeal to the people to inform the local police if any of the madrasas outside the state become a teacher or an Imam. He said, 'We have already closed 800 madrasas in Assam. But even now the number of communal madrasas is more. I appeal to citizens and parents to keep an eye on these madrasas. Keep an eye on what and what subjects are being taught in madrasas.
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