NEW DELHI: Daesh is flourishing in India as the country has become the biggest state for providing manpower and weapons to the terrorist organization.
United States warned of possible attacks on foreigners carried out by Daesh in India and suggested his citizens to avoid Indian journey.
British think tank and media reports cited that India became the biggest country for providing manpower, weapons, ammunition and explosive material to IS.
British think tank, Conflict Armament Research report said that seven Indian companies namely Gulf Oil Corporation, Solar Industries, Premier Explosive, Rajasthan Chemical, Chamundi, Economic Explosives and Ideal Industries were involved in providing weapons to IS. IS opened recruitment centers everywhere in India.
Recently, Yasmin Zaid, the recruiter of IS arrested in India. She revealed that at least 22 people from Kerala had left India between May and July this year to join the terrorist organization in Afghanistan.
Yasmin told the interrogators that among the 22 people, six were women and three infants and all them exited India in batches from Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai.