Kerala residents of 14 nos joined ISKP terror group: Report
Kerala residents of 14 nos joined ISKP terror group: Report

According to a report, at least 14 Kerala residents are said to be a part of the Islamic State of Khorasan Province (ISIS-K) terror group that took the responsibility for suicide bombing attacks at Kabul airport. The number of deaths from the suicide bombings was somewhere around 170, including 13 US soldiers.

According to media report, the 14 Keralites were among the terrorists and militants freed by the Taliban from Bagram jail. As of now, unconfirmed reports state that two Pakistani residents were detained by the Sunni Pashtun terrorist group for trying to blow off an Improvised Explosive Device device outside Turkmenistan embassy in Kabul on August 26.

As per reports, a Kerala resident contacted his home, while the remaining 13 are still in Kabul with the ISIS-K terrorist group. After Syria and Levant occupied Mosul in 2014, people from the Malappuram, Kasaragod and Kannur districts left India and joined the jihadist group in West Asia from where a few Keralites came down to Nangarhar province of Afghanistan.

The government of India is worried that the Taliban will use these Keralites to tarnish India’s reputation by using terrorism in Afghanistan.

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