“Inshaallah, there will be another Pulwama Attack on the army” claims Indian muslim who studied in Madrasa

The recent declarations from a Madrasa student, suggesting potential assaults on the Indian Army, have sent shockwaves throughout the nation. It is extremely worrying that some students are talking about endangering national security in the name of their religious practice. By doing this they promote corruption and disputes in the society. Recently, a Madrasa student in Deoband, Uttar Pradesh has been detained over a social media post threatening another ‘Pulwama-like terror attack’.

The matter came to light when an ex-Twitter user, a former Twitter user, tagged UP Police and alerted them about the ‘Pulwama-like terror’ threat. Although the student has been taken into custody and is being interrogated, security forces have also been asked to remain on high alert.

The accused, who has been captured and identified as Mohammad Talha Mazaar, wrote in his social media post, “Inshallah, there will be a second Pulwama soon.” Saharanpur police swung into action and arrested the accused from Deoband. Madrasa student Mohammad Talha Mazhar, who was caught by the team of Khankah police station of Deoband, is said to be a resident of Jamshedpur Seraikela in Jharkhand. He was taking some religious education in Deoband.

The brave soldiers of the Indian Army have always dedicated their lives to the security of the country. His hard work, bravery, and dedication are considered priceless. Through all these wires we get an important example of unity and national unity. However, the thinking of such madrassa students is dangerous for the country. This promotes the energy of discontent and terrorism in society. We should not support this kind of thinking and these students need to benefit from special education and understanding.

In the Pulwama incident, 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were martyred, making it one of the deadliest terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir. The Pulwama attack took place on February 14, 2019, when a Jaish suicide bomber rammed a vehicle carrying over 100 kg of explosives into their bus in Pulwama district. Many soldiers were also seriously injured in the attack. This day is still considered Black Day for Indians.

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