New Delhi: The Islamic State (IS) is spreading its roots in India. According to intelligence sources, the jihadists are planning a major attack. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday conducted raids at at least 30 locations in two states of the country.
According to sources, the NIA is conducting anti-terror operations at at least 30 locations in Tamil Nadu and Telangana. The Islamic State was running a training camp there. Earlier in the day, detectives raided 21 locations in Coimbatore. The NIA conducted raids at three locations in Chennai, five in Hyderabad and one in Tenkasi. On September 6, the NIA arrested Syed Nabil Ahmed, the head of the Thrissur module of the Islamic State, from Chennai.