To thwart terrorist groups’ attempts to incite fear and violence throughout India. The NIA has been conducting an in-depth investigation. In Pune, Maharashtra, the National Investigation Agency made 13 arrests on Saturday in relation to a case involving an ISIS terror conspiracy. The arrests followed raids on 44 sites in Maharashtra and Karnataka as part of an investigation into a possible plot by the international terror group ISIS to launch terror attacks throughout the nation. The NIA searched one location in Karnataka, two in Pune, thirty-one in Thane Rural, nine in Thane City, and one in Bhayandar out of all the locations they searched.
Officials told the news agency that the anti-terror agency detectives worked closely with the Maharashtra and Karnataka police forces to conduct these raids. To thwart the terrorist group’s attempts to incite fear and violence throughout India, the NIA has been conducting in-depth investigations. The case concerns a criminal conspiracy hatched by the accused and their associates, who deformed a terrorist gang and vowed allegiance to violent extremist ideologies such as Al-Qaeda and ISIS.
The main objective of ISIS is to establish a caliphate through terrorist attacks in multiple countries, including India.