Sunday, July 31, 2022

Nationwide printing session of 'NIA'; Interrogation of five people in Nanded, Kolhapur on suspicion of links with 'ISIS'

PTI, New Delhi/Nanded/Kolhapur : The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday conducted raids in Maharashtra’s Nanded, Kolhapur along with Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Kerala. In it, a student from Karnataka was arrested from a Madrasah in Uttar Pradesh on suspicion of having links with terrorist organizations.

NIA raided the house of brothers Altaf and Irshad Shaikh in Rendal (Hatkanangle) at 4.30 am on Sunday on suspicion of having links with the terrorist organization ‘ISIS’ in Maharashtra. After questioning for a day, they were released. After the raid, an angry mob ransacked the Sheikh brothers’ office in Rendal on suspicion. He has a business of making silver jewelery in Chandinagari Hupari, Rendal area. In Nanded too, three people were detained from different parts of the city on suspicion of having links with ‘ISIS’ and were interrogated throughout the day. He was released after 14 hours of interrogation. However, the mobile with WhatsApp communication and other suspicious documents were seized. NIA conducted a search operation in four districts of Gujarat and interrogated the three in a case related to ISIS. During raids in Bhadoch, Surat, Navsari and Ahmedabad districts, some documents and materials were seized. Houses of some suspects were also raided in Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal and Raisen districts.

NIA also conducted a search operation in Kerala following the arrest of Sathik Bacha alias ILAMA Sathik. Sathik Bacha, along with four other accomplices, had tried to kill the police during a vehicle inspection last February. NIA officials said some digital devices and documents were seized during the search operation in Thiruvananthapuram district.

Students arrested in Uttar Pradesh

The name of the arrested student from Uttar Pradesh is Farooq. He lived in a Madrasah at Deoband in Saharanpur. This student knows many languages ​​and was in touch with a terrorist group related to Pakistan’s intelligence agency ‘ISI’ through social media.

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