India seeks Australia help to unravel ISIS conspiracy


Days after Canberra helped nab underworld don Chhota Rajan, India on Tuesday sought Australia's help to unravel the conspiracy behind ISIS luring Indian youth into its fold following the arrest of a Mumbai man who fought alongside the middle-east terror group.

The request was made when Australia's attorney general George Brandis met home minister Rajnath Singh here.

During the meeting, the Indian side conveyed that Mumbai youth Areeb Ejaj Majeed, who was arrested on his return from Iraq and Syria after fighting alongside ISIS terrorists, used to communicate with his recruiters and associates through various electronic and social media platforms.