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Inspector-General of Police Abdul Hamid Bador said they had not received any information from any enforcement agency that a Malaysia-based Rohingya outfit is planning a terrorist attack in India.

β€œIt is news to me. So far, we have not received any information on this from any enforcement agency,” Hamid told Free Malaysia Today in a text.

Earlier today, The Times of India (TOI) reported that Indian intelligence agencies were believed to have intercepted financial transactions suggesting the Rohingya group was in an advanced stage of orchestrating a terror strike in that country.

The Coalition of Rohingya Organisations in Malaysia have rejected the report that Rohingya in the country was planning a terror attack in several cities in India also expressed concern that the allegations would make the Rohingya community even more vulnerable.

The coalition said the accusations were absolutely untrue and baseless.

It called for stern action by Malaysian authorities against those involved in terrorism or who spread conspiracies to create unrest.

Source: FMT