Now al-Qaeda wants to target IAS officers in India

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New Delhi, July 4: It appears to be a war of taking credit. The ISIS was quick to claim the Dhaka attack and in no time, the al-Qaeda in the Sub-Continent issued a statement in which it laid out plans for India.

Lone wolf strikes and directives to target the IAS officers was part of the message that the AQIS had put out.

Now al-Qaeda wants to target IAS officers in India.
The statement issued by the Indian origin AQIS chief, Asim Umar alias Sanaul Haq makes a mention of attacks against IAS officers.

Umar feels that the officers are equally responsible for atrocities against Muslims and hence must be targeted. The statement of Umar was put out by the SITE intelligence group which analyses terror threats.

Further Umar says that If India has given a free hand to Hindus to massacre the Muslims then the latter too needs to be given a free hand.

He further states that lone wolf attacks need to be launched against both the IAS and IPS officers. The statement also said that financial losses must be caused in India.

He particularly targeted the officers stating that it these who run the system and thanks to this the Indian Muslims have been oppressed.

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