A counterterrorism official has said the capture of East Indonesia Mujahidin (MIT) pioneer Basri, nom de plume Bagong, in Poso, Central Sulawesi, on Wednesday, may facilitate debilitate the force of the psychological oppressor bunch; in any case, security powers ought not think little of the capability of the gathering's activists, who stay everywhere, in organizing dread assaults.
"Despite the fact that their energy has been debilitated, the likelihood of an assault is still a huge danger as these people are connected to worldwide fear monger systems," National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) representative head of authorization Arief Dharmawan said on Wednesday.
MIT individuals are connected to other psychological militant gatherings. In this way, regardless of the possibility that they just have a little supply of weapons, they could in any case start decimating assaults with the backing of other psychological oppressor bunches, Arief clarified.
Arief said the BNPT checked the development of MIT and other fear based oppressor bunches in Indonesia. The organization was likewise expanding measures to check the spread of radicalism and behavior extensive projects to deradicalize suspected activist gathering individuals in Poso, Central Sulawesi.
Basri was captured in Tangkura town, South Poso Pesisir, at around 9:30 a.m. neighborhood time on Wednesday. He was second in order after Santoso, otherwise known as Abu Wardah, who was shot dead in a trap on July 18