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Rohingya terror suspect reveals al-Qaeda's India plan

Rohingya terror suspect reveals al-Qaeda's India plan

During his stay, Rahman visited Silhet, Nabiganj, Dhaka and other places in Bangladesh to radicalise youths and send them to Syria and Myanmar.

The NIA attached a total of 536 chats retrieved from Telegram and other protected messaging apps that he used to stay in touch with Rahman's alleged al-Qaeda associates in India, Bangladesh, Syria and other countries.

During his stay, he visited Silhet, Nabiganj, Dhaka and other places in Bangladesh to radicalise youths and send them to Syria and Myanmar.

On September 17 last year, Delhi Police received information of someone named Raju Bhai planning terror activities.

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