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Burdwan blasts:Women taking bomb-making lessons in WB madrasas?

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Kolkata, Oct, 29: In what could further increase the worries of security agencies, investigation into the Burdwan blasts have revealed that women are taking training in terror activities in the area.

This new trend has surprised the investigators as by virtue of being a closed society it is not easy to check and detain women.

According to a DNA report, the two madrasas which were under scanner after the blasts, one at Shimulia in Burdwan and another at Laal Gola in Murshidabad, were in practice of giving training to women on the terror activities. The women were mainly trained in transporting arms and ammunition from one area to another, says the report.

Right now, the security agencies are trying to ascertain as to how many women have taken training from the two madrasas and at what level, the report said.

As of now, nearly 40 suspects have been taken into custody. Interrogation has also revealed that at least four containers each having 30 IEDs were transported to Bangladesh between 2011 and 2014.

Meanwhile, the National Investigation Agency which took over the charge of the Burdwan blast probe on October 10, visited the Enforcement Directorate's office on Tuesday for sharing information.

On Monday, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval along with senior Home Ministry officials visited the blast site, which was preceded by the visit of NIA DG Sharad Kumar.

Increasing the worries of security establishment, investigations into Burdwan blasts have revealed a new trend of women taking to Jehadi indoctrination and terror activities.

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