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Telangana police encouraging Muslim Youths to join ISIS through bogus site: Digvijaya Singh

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Veteran Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has sparked controversies after alleging that Telangana police were encouraging Muslim youths to join Islamic State (ISIS), on Monday. Singh labeled these allegations on micro-blogging site in a series of tweets.

“Telangana police has set up a bogus ISIS site which is radicalising Muslim Youths and encouraging them to become ISIS Modules,” he wrote in his one of the tweet.

“It was on their (Telangana Police) information that MP Police arrested accused who were responsible for the bomb blast in a train in Shajapur District of MP. It also resulted in Saifullaha encounter in Kanpur the same day,” Singh said in another tweet.

“Has KCR authorised Telangana Police to trap Muslim Youths and encourage them to join ISIS,” he further asked and questioned if the CM had authorised then shouldn’t he own the responsibility and resign?  “If he hasn’t then shouldn’t he enquire and punish those who are responsible for committing such a heinous crime?” Singh added.

Recently, the Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) team had busted a unit with ISIS links, arresting three people. UP ATS had conducted raids in a joint operation with the special cell of Delhi police, Maharashtra ATS, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar and Punjab Police to arrest these suspects. Last month, a man named Saifullah, who was allegedly connected to the blast in a Bhopal-Ujjain train, was killed by police after a 12-hour confrontation.

Nearly 80 people assumed to have been influenced by the ISIS ideology, have been detained across the nation. However, no input suggested that the radical organization has established a support in India, the government told Rajya Sabha in April.