BSF reveals ISI-backed JeM radicalising Rohingya Muslims to carry out attacks in India
BSF reveals ISI-backed JeM radicalising Rohingya Muslims to carry out attacks in India

New Delhi: The Border Security Force (BSF) report has revealed a nexus between Pakistan-based terror outfit Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Rohingya Muslim community. According to the report, JeM handlers based in Pakistan have been radicalising Rohingya Muslims. According to a BSF report, Jaish handlers are working to provoke Rohingyas. Pakistan-based Jaish terror mastermind Saber Ahmed is trying to incite India by training Rohingyas at Bangladesh's Cox's Bazaar.

Sources told media that Maulana Yunus, a Bangladeshi handler of Jaish-e-Mohammed, has recently trained four Rohingyas in a terror attack. In Bangladesh, Rohingyas are being trained in terror attacks in the hills of Harinmara. Thousands of Rohingya refugees are present at Cox's Bazaar in Bangladesh.

Pakistani intelligence agency ISI is trying to trick these Rohingya refugees through an active Jaish sleeper cell in Bangladesh to bring them on the path of terror against India. At the same time, in the name of Kashmir issue and religion also, Bangladeshi refugees are being poisoned against India and are being trained for terror attacks. Since the removal of Section 370 from the Valley, Pakistan has been bewildered and constantly plotting to spread terror in India.

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