A Malaysian militant group linked to Zakir Naik is plotting an attack in India


Bangla Hunt Desk: Indian intelligence has uncovered a conspiracy by a Rohingya militant group in Malaysia. This organization is looking for opportunities to attack India. According to intelligence input, the militant group could use a woman to carry out attacks in India. The agency has uncovered some financial transactions linked to the banned Islamic preacher Zakir Naik. The warning message sent to the states said the militants could attack Ayodhya, Buddhagaya, Punjab and Srinagar.

According to intelligence, a group led by a woman trained in Myanmar could launch an attack on an Indian city in a matter of weeks. On Friday, the intelligence agencies alerted the police and state intelligence agencies in Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and West Bengal.

According to a report, millions of dollars worth of lanes have been reported. The deal is linked to controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik and Kuala Lumpur's Rohingya leader Mohammad Nasir. The report said the suspected Hawala dealer in Chennai had received a portion of the fund.