Jammu: Omar Abdullah dismisses ISIS presence in the Valley

Omar dismisses ISIS threat in Kashmir
Jammu, Oct 14: A day after news channels showed visuals of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS flags being brandished in Jammu and Kashmir, chief minister Omar Abdullah has dismissed the presence of ISIS in the Valley.

This comes days after reports suggest that the terror outfit maybe spreading its network in the country. In the television grabs, masked men were seen waving the ISIS flag during a protest in Kashmir sending the security agencies in a tizzy.

However Abdullah on Tuesday dismissed the presence of ISIS said that the ‘flag was being waved by some foolish youngsters, Times Now reported.' Meanwhile, media reports also claimed that Intelligence Bureau (IB) held a high level meeting in Delhi to discuss the issue.

However this is not the first instance where ISIS's presence is being felt in the country.

ISIS flags were first seen in India on June 27. It was reported that two men were arrested in Tamil Nadu for distributing ISIS t-shirts whereas in Maharashtra four youth had left to join the terror outfit.

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