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WorldAsiaSuspects working on ISIS module sent on judicial remand

Suspects working on ISIS module sent on judicial remand

Bhopal. Syed Mamoor Ali, Mohammad Adil Khan and Mohammad Shahid, accused working for ISIS, arrested from Madhya Pradesh’s Jabalpur, were produced in the court of NIA special court Raghuvir Patel in Bhopal on Saturday. Where the Central Investigation Agency (NIA) did not ask for police remand, the court sent them on judicial remand till July 8.

The three accused were brought to the court amidst special security arrangements in the court premises by the police, where they were produced before the NIA Special Court. It is alleged that they are associated with the terrorist organization ISIS module and were involved in anti-national activities while living in India. NIA has found evidence of violent terrorist incident in the investigation related to them so far.

In this connection, these accused arrested on May 27 have also accepted the confession of their terrorist connection. Earlier, the court had given his remand till June 10 in the second appearance. In the first appearance, the court had handed over seven-day remand to the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) till June 3. After further hearing in the case, he has now been sent on judicial remand.

It is worth mentioning that many revelations have been made from the objectionable material and planning related documents recovered from these three suspected ISIS terrorists. In which it is important that he and his entire module were working on the plan to make India an Islamic nation. The goal of their organization is to implement Sharia law in India.

The investigation conducted by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) so far has also revealed that all the three accused are extreme fanatics towards Islam and intolerant of people of other religion or creed. Their plans were to carry out violent Jihad. For this they were collecting funds. The money they used to collect, they were using it to buy propaganda materials for ISIS and other objectionable works.

Evidence has been found of Adil’s involvement in ISIS propaganda through ‘claim’. Syed Mamoor Ali formed a group by the name of ‘Fisabilillah’. He was also running a WhatsApp group with the same name, in which people from many Islamic countries including Pakistan were also connected and all were found having mutual dialogues related to Jihadi plans. Shahid was in the process of collecting weapons. He had a plan to carry out violent incidents in India. This module used to hold meetings in local mosques and homes and was hatching conspiracies to spread terror in the country. They were running many YouTube channels, Instagram and WhatsApp groups.

It has also been revealed in the material recovered from them that all of them were being used for the purpose of tricking youth, recruiting and carrying out terrorist activities. They were caught by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and Madhya Pradesh’s Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) in their joint operation from Jabalpur on the midnight of 26-27 May. At that time raid action was taken simultaneously at 13 places in Jabalpur. Immediately sharp weapons, ammunition, incriminating documents and digital devices were seized from them.

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