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Two terrorists involved in anti-national activities have been arrested in Patna, the capital of Bihar. One of the arrested terrorists is Mohammad Jalaluddin, a retired police officer of Jharkhand Police, while the other is Athar Parvez, a current member of PFI. According to Patna Police, both of them were giving terrorist training under the guise of martial arts. The secret document ‘Mission 2047’ of PFI-SDPI has been found from them, in which it has been said to make India an Islamic nation by 2047. Police said that people from other states were coming for the last two months to take training from these two. Visitors were changing their names while booking tickets and staying in hotels.
Terrorists were giving training in the name of martial arts: SSP
According to the SSP, the accused taught the local people to use swords and knives in the name of martial arts on July 6-7. He incited young people to religious violence. The SSP said that we have the CCTV footage as well as the accounts of the witnesses. Parvez raised lakhs of rupees in donations to carry out terrorist activities.
Majority community was described as coward in terrorist’s document: SSP
The SSP said that an excerpt from the 8-page long document shared titled ‘India Vision 2047’ says, ‘PFI believes that even though 10 per cent of the total Muslim population is behind it, PFI can control the cowardly majority community’. I will do it and bring back the glory.
Athar Parvez’s name also linked to Patna Gandhi Maidan blast
Athar Parvez is the real brother of Manjar, accused of bomb blast at Patna Gandhi Maidan. According to Patna Police, Athar Parvez had tried to get bail to free several accused in the Gandhi Maidan blast at the meeting of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is being told that both the arrested accused used to roam in different parts of the country to provide terrorist training to uneducated and misguided youths.