Watch: Pakistan's ISI joins hands with Islamic State to target India
According to sources, over 30,000 people in India are in contact with the ISIS.
New Delhi: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi continues to make sincere efforts to improve the Indo-Pak relations, Zee Media reported that Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has joined hands with Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's dreaded Islamic State to carry out terror attacks in India.
Pakistan’s notorious intelligence agency which has, for decades, exported terror into India through groups like Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jaish-e-Mohammd, SIMI, Indian Mujahideen and Jamaat-ud-Dawa is now trying to infiltrate into the India via Syria and Iraq.
Because of growing international pressure, Pakistan has been forced to act on the home-grown terror groups. So, in order to tackle this problem, the ISI has now joined hands with Baghdadi to continue to sponsor terrorism into India.
According to sources, over 30,000 people in India are in contact with the ISIS. Also, these 30,000 people are ready to work for ISIS to wage a war against their own country i.e. India.
The ISIS is desperately looking for Indian youths who can hack the government's data and pass on crucial information to them. ISIS handlers are contacting such distracted youths through social networking websites.
The terror group is willing to shell out as much as USD 60,000 for every government information which is passed on to them.
In a nationwide crackdown, the National Investigation Agency had recently arrested at least 14 ISIS sympathisers.
The NIA said that these suspects were under surveillance for quite some time, however the decision to arrest them came at a time after the agency received inputs of possible terror attacks in the country on the 67th Republic Day.