Tags: STF Kolkata, ISI agent Akhtar Khan, ISI agent arrested, ISI agent in Kolkata, Terror attack on France, Paris Terror Attack, Taslima Nasareen
STF Kolkata got success on Saturday 6.55 pm Nov 14, 2015 arrested one person from the central part of the city for his alleged links with Pakistan’s ISI. The suspect, Akhtar Khan alias Raju was nabbed from Colootola area under Jorasanko Police Station in central Kolkata. The STF also recovered ATM card of Pakistans bank, fake Indian currency worth Rs 1,72,500 and several passports of different countries from him.
As per police Akhter Khan went to Pakistan in 1985 and stayed at his relatives residence in Karachi for more than 20 years. Akhtar was also issued a passport of Pakistan in 1991 under the name Md. Javed. After completing ISI training, he entered into India via Nepal in 2008. His spouse and two children still live in Karachi. However, he has been charged under IPC sections 120-B and other various sections.
Here it should be noted that Nov 26, 2007 – Taslima Nasreen is thrown away from Kolkata because some element of minority community and terrorists spread violence in Kolkata.
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France has faced 6 terror attacks in this current year 2015
Why are Terror attacks again and again on only France?
- France is main ally of America to attack IS in Iraq and Syria.
- Majority of Muslims bigger than any country of Europe lives in the France. So It becomes easy for IS to make local module means sleeper sale in the France. At present more than 700 such sleeper sale are giving presence of terror in the France specially in Paris the capital. Possibility of more Paris terror attack is exist.
- Many Isalmic countries’ border is connected with France. So terrorists can get weapons and other assistance from there easily.
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