Vicky Nanjappa

Journalism for Vertebrates®

The Coimbatore, Mangaluru blasts puts emphasis back on forests being used as terror camps

The Islamic State in its rule book for lone wolves has emphasised on the need to use the most unconventional methods to carry out terror attacks.

The raids by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) across 60 locations in South India has brought back into focus the use of forest land for terror activities.

The NIA had in the past also spoken about how forests lands in South India were being used to undertake training activities by terror groups.

Earlier this week, the NIA carried out raids in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Kerala. The NIA said that the raids were in connection with the blast that took place in Coimbatore and Mangaluru on October 23 2022 and November 19 2022 respectively.

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