Terrorist Incidents in Gujarat, India

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Event ID Date State Event
68793-140864-357455 4/15/2014 Gujarat The plan to smuggle pistols from Pakistan was unearthed when Ahmedabad Crime Branch interrogated Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) kingpin Salim Yakub Kara, who was arrested by Gujarat Police on April 5.
67947-139089-352967 2/18/2014 Gujarat Police arrested a 24-year-old woman, identified as Priya Chauhan, with Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) worth INR 12,500 from Jamalpur market area of Ahmedabad on February 16, reports The Times of India.
67670-138447-351429 1/31/2014 Gujarat Police team arrested one person, identified as Mohammed Musharuf, accused in connection with Fake Indian Currency Note (FICN) racket in Rajkot (Rajkot District) of Gujarat, The Times of India reported on January 30.
67303-137584-349183 1/8/2014 Gujarat Two persons, identified as Abdul Yusuf Mandal and Jahandaz Sheikh were arrested by the Special Operations Group (SOG) for carrying Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) from Nizampura area of Vadodara in Gujarat on January 7, reports The Times of India.
66563-135504-343756 11/23/2013 Gujarat Police on November 22 arrested two persons, identified as Shivkumar Chandravanshi (33) and Mahendra Sharma (28) with Fake Indian Currency Notes (FICN) worth INR 1.94 Lakh from Sarkhej Ujala Circle of Ahmedabad (Gujarat), reports The Times of India.
65815-133558-338654 10/9/2013 Gujarat The nine accused include Pakistani Army officials Major Iqbal and Major Sameer Ali, al Qaeda operative Illyas Kashmiri, who is believed to have died in a drone attack in Pakistan, Headley's handler Sajid Malik and former Pakistani Army officer Abdul Rehman Hashmi.


Violence Spatial Dimension in 2013 Time-Series Dimension

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District Number of Events
Narmada 3
Patan 55
Rajkot 6
Surat 82
Jamnagar 14
Kheda 4
Ahmadabad 26
Mahesana 3
Valsad 3
Panch Mahals 2
Bhavnagar 5
Gandhinagar 5
Vadodara 5
Surendranagar 3
Anand 3
Dahod 2
Kachchh 3
Amreli 1
Bharuch 3
Junagadh 1
Porbandar 1

The original source are newspaper clippings and extracts collected by the South Asian Terrorism Portal.