This is to inform you that the National Investigation Agency (NIA) recently arrested two people on suspicion of transnational conspiracy to wage war against India by Bangladesh and Myanmar-based terror outfits. Since NIA announced the arrest of two people accused of the case of a transnational conspiracy, people have been left curious to know who are they and what they were actually hatching to wage war against India. An official of NIA said the accused was arrested on suspicion of a transnational conspiracy to wage war by exploiting the ongoing ethnic battle in Manipur. If you are also scrambling to the internet regarding the same, you are suggested to follow this article till the end. Scroll down the page and take a peek below.
NIA Arrested Two People In Transnational Conspiracy
In May this year, violence erupted in Manipur after Manipur High Court recommended CM N Biren Singh’s government to include the majority Meitei community in the ST (Scheduled Tribe) list. In the violence the state ripped by ethnic violence in which many displaced and many lost their lives. According to a spokesperson for the federal anti-terror agency, on July 19 the case was filed suo moto. The two accused have been arrested in the case in the last 9 days. Seiminlun Gangte is one of the two accused arrested in the case.
NIA Took Suspects To Delhi
According to the official, the suspects have been taken to Delhi for the legal procession. They will be produced before the jurisdictional court. Reportedly, the Manipur Police handed over Seiminlun Gangte to the National Investigation Agency by the Manipur Police. He was arrested in Churachandpur by the police. The federal agency’s spokesperson added, “Investigation into the case revealed that Myanmar and Bangladesh-based militant groups have entered into a conspiracy with a section of militant leaders in India to indulge in incidents of violence with an intention to drive a wedge between different ethnic groups and to wage war against the Government of India.”
The other suspect was arrested in connection with the case on September 22, 2023. Prior to the arrest of Ganagte, the NIA arrested Moirangthem Anand Singh. The federal agency also added for this purpose, the aforementioned leadership has been funding to procure arms, ammunition, and other types of terrorist hardware which are being sourced both from across the border and from other terrorist outfits active in the northeastern states to stoke the current ethnic strife in Manipur.