A private madrassa in Assam, India, was demolished due to claimed affiliations with Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT), a group located in Bangladesh, and Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS).According to the source, this was the third private institute to be destroyed due to claimed ties to terrorist organisations.
Two madrassa imams told the authorities that one of the teachers had ties to terrorist organisations. Rahman was detained on August 26 as a result of these accusations.District Superintendent of Police (SP) Swapnaneel Deka reported that during a raid, police discovered documents that appeared to show connections to terrorist organisations.
Following the Tuesday announcement of the destruction, around 200 pupils had to be sent home.Additionally, the madrasa on private property was built without the required permissions or provisions. As a result, it was destroyed in accordance with the Disaster Management Act’s regulations.