Debjit Mukherjee: Both the Indian Army and the NIA are busy fighting militancy. On one hand, even after four days, the fighting continues in Anantnag. On the other hand, IS is spreading its roots in Tamil Nadu and Telangana. However, the army avenged the death of three officers in Anantnag in Baramulla district. Two militants were killed in the encounter. Security forces are still searching for jihadists near the Line of Control in Uri area. On the other hand, the NIA is conducting operations in at least thirty places in Tamil Nadu and Telangana to prevent IS terrorism from beginning.
About the success in Baramulla district, Kashmir Police in X handle said, “The incident took place in Hathlanga area of Baramulla district adjacent to Uri. Two militants were killed in a joint encounter by the army and Baramulla police. They were smuggling arms to Pakistan-backed militant organizations from across the border. They were also associated with various terrorist activities in India.”
On the other hand, about the training of Islamic State, NIA is conducting anti-terror operations in at least thirty places in Tamil Nadu and Telangana. On this day, detectives raided 21 places in Coimbatore. The NIA raided three places in Chennai, five in Hyderabad and one in Tenkasi.
According to defense analysts, “IS (Khorasan) is trying to take the place of militant organizations like Jaish-e-Mohammed, Lashkar-e-Taiba in Kashmir. The organization has entered West Bengal through Bangladesh with the help of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen. IS is not just an organization. It is an ideology. Their purpose is to establish ‘Khilafat’ throughout the world by applying Shariat law. And for this, the organization has started preparations in the Indian continent.”