The NIA arrested a 26-year-old doctor from Bangalore on charges of being associated with ISIS

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Bangla Hunt Desk: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested a 26-year-old doctor from Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, on charges of being associated with the Khorasan group of ISIS. The doctor's name was Abdur Rahman and he was employed as an ophthalmologist at MS Ramaiah Medical College in Bangalore. This doctor also went to Syria in 2014. There were 10 days to work on the treatment of wounded ISIS militants.

For now, Abdur Rahman was developing an app for ISIS fighting in the conflict zone. He intended to help ISIS through that app. Earlier, the NIA also arrested a young woman named Sadia Anwar from Pune on charges of being associated with ISIS.

U.S. officials have claimed that ISIS's Khorasan group attempted a suicide attack in India last year. The United States is deeply concerned about this Khorasan group of ISIS. According to the executive director of the U.S. National Counterterrorism Center, ISIS's Khorasan group attempted an attack in India last year. He said the group was promoting itself in a purposeful manner.

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