2018 Bodhgaya Blast Targeted His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Visit

In a follow up to a blast and discovery of two additional low intensity explosives in the Buddhist holy place of Bodhgaya during the spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s discourse there, the National Investigative Agency (NIA) said in their chargesheet that the terrorists actually targeted the spiritual leader’s teachings at the beginning of this year.

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Two Arrested for Bodhgaya Blast During Dalai Lama Visit

As the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is still working on resolving the case of low-intensity explosives blast in Bodhgaya during the visit of Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama in January this year, the NIA has on Friday arrested two more West Bengal residents hiding in a village in Kerala for their alleged role in the blast.

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Sixth Accused in Bodhgaya Blast At Dalai Lama Camp Arrested

The Special Task Force (STF), Kolkata Police has arrested the sixth accused in the low intensity blast in Bodhgaya at His Holiness the Dalai Lama’ camp at the beginning of this year from Hooghly’s Bandel railway station. The accused arrested by the police is being charged with involvement in the procurement of explosives used in the blast in January this year.

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10 Bangladeshis Arrested in Pune Suspected for Bodhgaya Incident During Dalai Lama Visit

Over the past week, around ten Bangladeshi immigrants have been arrested from Maharashtra’s Pune city and Raigad, now being probed for possible link to the terror incident of two explosives planted in the compound where the Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama was stationed in Bodhgaya, Bihar.

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Militant Who Plotted Terror Blasts During Dalai Lama Visit Arrested

The Special Task Force of Kolkata Police on Friday arrested a militant of Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) group for his involvement in plotting the terror blasts during the spiritual leader Dalai Lama’s visit to Bodh Gaya last month. This is the fourth arrest of the terror outfit’s militant this month in its connection to the planned blasts last month.

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Two Arrested for Bodhgaya Bombing During Dalai Lama Visit

Two active members of Jamatul Mujahidin Bangladesh (JMB), a banned terror group by the Special Task Force (STF) for their connection with the recent low intensity bomb explosion in Bodhgaya during His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s visit. STF unit of Kolkata police has arrested the two culprits and initial interrogations confirmed their connection in the Bodhgaya blast on January 19.

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One Suspect of Bodhgaya Blast Appear to Be Nepali Origin, JMB the Terror Group

Five suspects in the Bodhgaya blast have been picked out from the video footage in the CCTV cameras installed around the Mahabodhi temple and the police believes one of them to be of Nepali origin. Jamaat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) terror group is being suspected as the primary outfit behind the Bodh Gaya incident and less likely for the Students Islamic Movement of India or Indian Mujahideen’s hand.

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