Livebharath:Amaravati: Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu’s statement that international terrorist outfit ISIS is spreading its activities to the state has left the police brass mystified.
NIA pointed out that they have not heard of any activity or modules of the dreaded group in AP.
However, top police officers clarify that there is no trace of any ISIS activity in AP so far. What the Chief Minister said might just be an apprehension.
Chief Minister read out from a note prepared by some clerk, so he spoke about ISIS and using RAF against it. It was a clerical mistake,” the Additional DGP said.
RAF is principally an anti-riot force of the CRPF but the CM wanted it sanctioned for the state to fight the jihadist group, which is active in Iraq and Syria, where it once controlled large swathes of territory and is known for committing brutalities.
Police top officers says Chief Minister might have got confused between SIMI, an Indian outfit, andISIS.