New Delhi: Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, the Islamic terrorist organisation operating in Bangladesh recently has been known to shake hands with the Pakistani terrorist organisation, Lashkar-e- Taiba to increase its operations in India. The Union Home Ministry had banned JMB. It has been reported that this ban had been imposed on this organisation on the background of these suspicions.
JMB is not only known to be involved in the attacks at Bangladesh but is supposed to be responsible for other major terrorist attacks too. This organisation is now rapidly spreading its wings in India. The bomb blasts which took place in 2014 in Burdwan, have clarified, the spread of the network of JMB in India. Moreover, in the investigations of the serial bomb blasts that took place in Bodh Gaya, the involvement of JMB has become prominent. As a part of the revenge for the atrocities on the Rohingya refugees, this attack in Bodh Gaya was known to be planned by JMB. Investigations further show that JMB is known to have spread itself in Assam, West – Bengal and Tripura too and in due course is getting ready to bring about major attacks all over India. The terrorist members of JMB have been reported to be arrested from, West Bengal, Assam, Tripura, Banglore and Haryana which indeed show their preparations to spread their network and achieve more significant objectives of their intentions all over India.
Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Hindustan the organisation established by Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen (JMB) shall also be in full action for carrying out their aims and objectives in India, declared Salahuddin Salehin, the head of JMB. For this, the terrorist organisation is said to have allied with Lashkar-e-Taiba. After this move, the security agencies have become more alert.
JMB is said to have been setting up a base near the West Bengal and Bangladesh border. After the revelation that this organisation is giving training to the youth in Assam, and preparing them for terrorist activities, a ban had been imposed on it.