Malaysian Police arrested an Indian Sikh woman among 16 terror suspects for planning to attack leaders of local political parties.
They arrested in a special operation conducted between August 10 and September 25 in Kuala lumbar, Subah, Pahang.
The 16 terror suspects comprised 12 Indonesians, three Malaysians and one Indian national, it said. A 38-years old Indian woman worked as a cleaner and she was a member of the SKJ group.
India in July banned the pro-Khalistani group for its alleged anti-national activities.
The group’s primary objective is to establish an “independent and sovereign country” in Punjab.
Mydin said some of the suspects created new IS cells in Malaysia and promoted the group through social media.
They were recruiting new members of Indonesians and Malaysians. After that, they planning to launch attack s in Malaysia and Indonesia.