With the Sri Lankan crisis deepening, Indian security agencies fear that this could lead to an attempt to set up Southern Islamic Caliphate in the country
New Delhi, July 14: Indian security agencies are keeping a close watch on the developments in Sri Lanka as violence continues to rock the economically-hit nation. While on the diplomatic front, India has made it amply clear that it stands with the Sri Lankan people and the democratic process to elect a new leader, on the security front the radar of the agencies has gone up in states such as Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
With scores of refugees attempting to enter India, the Intelligence Bureau warns that with them could come the members who had in 2019 planned on setting up a Southern Islamic Caliphate.
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