Kolkata: The West STF has detained 4 ISIS suspects from the Sialdah railway station in Kolkata. Of these, 3 are Bangladeshi and the Indian who arrested in the case was involved in the concealment of the three. The four suspects were believed to be recruiting and collecting money for the terror group ISIS.
These people used social media to spread their agenda of terror. Police have recovered several digital documents containing video and audio files as well as jihadi booklets. It is said that the main objective of his organization was to overthrow the democratic government in India and Bangladesh and enforce the Shariah law under a Khilafat.
According to a statement issued by the Kolkata Police, on Monday (24 June), the STF arrested two Bangladeshi nationals, who are members of the Neo-JBM (Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh) Islamic State, based on strong information. The arrest was made from the parking lot of the Sialdah railway station. Several disputed materials have been recovered from them. Based on the interrogation of the arrested suspects, the STF has detained two other suspects from Howrah on Tuesday the next day.