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Rajnath directs NSA to take prompt action

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NEW DELHI, Oct 28 � With fresh inputs on the Burdwan blast indicating pan-India existence of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), Home Minister Rajnath Singh today ordered immediate neutralisation of the terror modules of the banned group, reports PTI.

The directive came after National Security Advisor Ajit Doval briefed the Home Minister on the JMB�s network in the country as well as people associated with it.

Doval, who visited the Burdwan blast site yesterday along with NSG chief Jayanta Choudhury and NIA chief Sharad Kumar, gave a detailed presentation to Singh about the findings of the explosion in the West Bengal town.

�The Home Minister directed the NSA to take urgent steps for immediate neutralisation of the terror modules,� a Home Ministry official said.

Investigators probing the Burdwan blast case have found that 25-30 modules of the JMB are suspected to be spread out across the country, particularly in West Bengal, Assam and South India.

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Rajnath directs NSA to take prompt action

NEW DELHI, Oct 28 � With fresh inputs on the Burdwan blast indicating pan-India existence of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), Home Minister Rajnath Singh today ordered immediate neutralisation of the terror modules of the banned group, reports PTI.

The directive came after National Security Advisor Ajit Doval briefed the Home Minister on the JMB�s network in the country as well as people associated with it.

Doval, who visited the Burdwan blast site yesterday along with NSG chief Jayanta Choudhury and NIA chief Sharad Kumar, gave a detailed presentation to Singh about the findings of the explosion in the West Bengal town.

�The Home Minister directed the NSA to take urgent steps for immediate neutralisation of the terror modules,� a Home Ministry official said.

Investigators probing the Burdwan blast case have found that 25-30 modules of the JMB are suspected to be spread out across the country, particularly in West Bengal, Assam and South India.