She was arrested in Bangladesh
Due to lack of education on Dharma, Hindus are forced into terrorism or converting other Hindus. To stop this, Hindus must unite and establish the ‘Hindu Rashtra (Nation)’
Dhaka (Bangladesh) – The ‘Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime Branch’ (CTTC) of Bangladesh Police on 17th July arrested a 25-year-old Indian girl from Sadarghat in Dhaka with alleged links to neo-Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB). She was tasked with recruiting young Indian girls for JMB’s women’s wing.
Pragya Debnath from Bengal who converted to Islam in 2009 under the influence of her ‘best friend’, arrested from Dhaka for terror links
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According to CTTC officials, the preliminary investigation by CTTC officials has found that the said girl, Ayesha hails from Bengal’s Hooghly District. Ayesha’s roots have been traced to the Keshabpur village under Dhaniakhali Police station limits.
“Ayesha was born Hindu as Pragya Debnath and converted to Islam in the year 2009 when since then she got actively involved in religious lessons online,” Hossain added.
During her online religious lessons, she got in touch with the women’s wing chief, Asma Khatoon and from 2009 till 2016 Ayesha got actively involved in neo-JMB women’s wing. (This goes to show with whom Hindu girls should form friendships. – Editor)
Besides raising funds for the banned terrorist outfit, she was given the responsibility to recruit young girls for the women’s wing especially from India. In fact, in the last couple of months, she has recruited some people too. We are going to investigate all angles,” said a senior official of CTTC. (Realise that Christian missionaries and religious fanatics carry out the conversions through the converted Hindus themselves. Swami Vivekanand had said, ‘When one Hindu is converted, it does not mean the population of Hindus has reduced by one. But the number of enemies of Hindus has increased by one”. – Editor)
The CTTC officials will interrogate her over the next four days to nab her associates
In 2016, Ayesha undertook her first journey to Bangladesh from West Bengal since then she has traveled several times to and from Bangladesh. She even procured a fake Bangladeshi birth certificate and a fake national identity card of Bangladesh.
In 2019, she permanently moved to Bangladesh and started working as a teacher in a local madrasa where the young female students were radicalised and recruited. Later that year, she married a Bangladeshi national based out of Oman.
However, her plans hit a hurdle when Asma Khatoon was arrested by the Police. Immediately, she quit working at the madrasa and started focusing on the online recruitment drive for the neo-JMB women’s wing.