New Delhi: The Islamic State affiliate group has issued a direct threat to carry out attacks in India and Bangladesh.
According to reports, the ISIS has appointed Abu Muhammed al-Bengali as a new ’emir’ (chief) in Bangladesh.
Citing a poster released by the Daesh, the official, requesting anonymity, said the group has warned that their “soldiers of Khalifa in Bengal and Hind are not silenced” and that the “thirst for revenge is never to be faded away.”
The new security threat comes a day after the ISIS carried out a minor explosion near a cinema hall theatre in Dhaka.
Earlier ISIS carried out attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday which claimed 253 lives.