Rise in ISI, HuJI activities: Govt
New Delhi: Activities of banned terrorist
group Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami (HuJI) and Pakistan`s spy
agency Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) are on the rise in
India, the Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.
"Yes," Minister of State for Home Jitendra Singh said in a
written reply to a question on whether activities of HuJI and
ISI were on the rise in the country.
He also said three Bangladeshi nationals and activists of
HuJI were arrested by Special Task Force, Kolkata on November
17, 2009 and fake Indian currency notes with the face value of
Rs 30 lakh were recovered from them.
"During the period 2009-11, four ISI
agents/operatives/trained Pakistani nationals were arrested by
security agencies," Singh said.
He said the Government is committed to checking terrorism
in all its forms and manifestations as no causes, genuine or
imaginary, can justify terrorism or violence.
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