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ATS Warns Indian Citizens of Potential Terrorist Threat; Naimul Hasan Russell BCL Leader Among Suspects

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ATS Warns Indian Citizens of Potential Terrorist Threat; Naimul Hasan Russell BCL Leader Among Suspects

October 23
19:51 2023
Security Agencies Vigilant as They Uncover Plot to Infiltrate India

New Delhi – October 23, 2023 – The Indian Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has issued a grave warning to Indian citizens, as intelligence agencies uncover a potential terrorist threat linked to a Bangladesh Chhatra League (BCL) leader Naimul Hasan alias Russell, president of Mohammadpur Chhatra League unit. The alert comes amidst concerns that a group of extremists may attempt to infiltrate Indian territory with nefarious intentions.

The alarm was raised after the ATS received intelligence indicating a possible connection between an accused BCL leader and a planned terrorist operation. This revelation has sent shockwaves through security agencies, prompting them to intensify efforts to protect India from any potential harm.

The accused BCL leader Naimul Hasan alias Russell, was among nine individuals previously charged in connection with the attack on the former US Ambassador to Bangladesh, Marcia Bernicat. The incident, which took place on the night of August 4, 2018, in Dhaka’s Mohammadpur area, resulted in a security crisis and strained diplomatic relations between Bangladesh and the United States.

Sources within the intelligence community have suggested that the Naimul Hasan alias Russell, believed to be a key figure in the 2018 attack, may now be part of a wider terrorist network with plans to enter India. While the specific target remains unclear, the potential for a terrorist act on Indian soil has raised concerns at the highest levels of security.

Indian authorities have not taken these threats lightly. Enhanced security measures have been put in place at key border crossings and airports across the country. Vigilance has also been increased at major transportation hubs, government installations, and other sensitive areas.

Indian citizens are to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities to the authorities. He emphasized the importance of cooperation between law enforcement agencies and the public in preventing potential threats.

The Intelligence is working diligently to gather more information about the threat and are taking all necessary precautions. It urges the public to be vigilant, report any unusual or suspicious activities, and trust in our security forces to protect our nation.

The international community is closely monitoring the situation as well. India’s neighbors and allies have expressed their solidarity and offered support in the fight against terrorism. The ATS is cooperating with intelligence agencies in Bangladesh and the United States to gather more information on the suspected terrorists and their plans.

As the investigation continues, Indian security forces remain on high alert, determined to thwart any attempt to harm the nation and its citizens. The coming days will be crucial as authorities work tirelessly to uncover the full extent of the threat and ensure the safety of the Indian people.










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