Delhi: Terror group Janood-ul-Khalifae-Hind or the 'Army of Caliph in India' has emerged as a new threat, as per a media report.
It is said to be a well-funded network of ISIS-inspired group and has recruits across the country.
As per a report by India Today group, investigations by National Investigation Agency (NIA) have revealed that there is a larger financial nexus involved in the recruitment process.
The report said that probe has revealed that those arrested had recruited several others.
At the same time they had also arranged finances so that some recruits could travel to Syria and join the terror group Islamic State or ISIS.
The report quoted sources as saying that Janood-ul-Khalifae-Hind had made pan-India presence in a short time.
They were also reportedly planning terror strikes across the country and were making efforts to identify locations to organise terror training camps.