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After the arrest of seven ISIS terrorists, ATS is searching for Abdul and Faizan.


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In a recent development, the arrest of seven individuals with alleged ties to the ISIS has brought the focus on Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). The Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) is intensifying efforts to locate two individuals, Abdul and Faizan, suspected to have connections with the terrorist organization. This has sparked concerns about whether AMU has become a breeding ground for terrorism.

The arrest of seven ISIS terrorists has raised questions about the extent of radicalization within AMU. While universities are meant to be centers of education and intellectual growth, the infiltration of extremist ideologies among students is a matter of grave concern. The alleged involvement of individuals associated with AMU in terrorist activities has brought the institution under scrutiny.

The ISIS Connection:
The arrested individuals are believed to have been part of a larger network linked to ISIS, a notorious global terrorist organization. The discovery of these connections has prompted authorities to delve deeper into the possible roots of radicalization within the university. The ongoing investigations are focused on understanding the dynamics that may have led these individuals down the path of extremism.

ATS Hunts for Abdul and Faizan:
With the identification of Abdul and Faizan as individuals with potential links to the arrested ISIS terrorists, the ATS is actively pursuing leads to locate and apprehend them. The urgency in tracking down these individuals highlights the seriousness of the threat posed by possible ties between AMU students and terrorist activities.

AMU’s Response:
In response to the allegations and arrests, AMU authorities have pledged full cooperation with law enforcement agencies. They have expressed their commitment to ensuring the safety and security of the campus and are conducting an internal investigation to identify and address any signs of radicalization within the university.

The recent arrests and the ongoing hunt for Abdul and Faizan have cast a shadow over AMU, raising questions about whether the institution has become a breeding ground for terrorists. As investigations continue, it is crucial for authorities to not only apprehend those involved but also to take proactive measures to prevent the radicalization of students on university campuses. The situation serves as a stark reminder of the challenges faced in countering extremism and the need for collaborative efforts between educational institutions and security agencies to safeguard the future of the students and the nation.(pic credit by opindia)


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