The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday morning busted a terror module linked to global terror group Al-Qaeda.
The terror module was busted following coordinated raids by the NIA in West Bengal’s Murshidabad and Ernakulam in Kerala, Zee News reported.
Acting on specific intelligence inputs about the presence of some members of the Al Qaeda linked terror module, the NIA carried out searches in two locations.
During the search operations, the central anti-terror investigating agency arrested nine suspected Al-Qaeda operatives.
The NIA officials said that the arrests were made following raids in West Bengal`s Murshidabad and Kerala`s Ernakulam on some intelligence input about the presence of the terrorists there.