NIA recordsdata cost sheet towards suspected ISIS terrorist in Al-Hind Bengaluru module case


The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) on Friday filed a supplementary cost sheet in a particular courtroom in Bengaluru towards a suspected ISIS terrorist Shihabudeen for his alleged involvement in amassing and handing over arms and ammunitions in Mumbai a part of the bigger conspiracy.

Shihabudeen has been charged below Part 120B of Indian Penal Code, 1860, Part 25 (1)(a) of Arms Act 1959 and Sections 18, 20, 38 and 39 of the Illegal Actions (Prevention) Act 1967, in response to NIA.

The case was registered in January final 12 months in Bengaluru towards Mehboob Pasha, a resident of Bengaluru’s Gurappanapalya, and 16 others.

“Pasha, in affiliation with Khaja Moideen who’s accused in a number of instances registered in Tamil Nadu associated to terrorism and homicide of Hindu leaders, fashioned a terrorist gang by recruiting younger Muslims in south India,” the NIA  stated in an announcement.

“They fashioned the Al-Hind module and chosen Bengaluru as their base and performed a number of prison conspiracy conferences in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu since April, 2019,” the investigation company said.

NIA stated, “They’d propagated the ideology of the proscribed terrorist group, ISIS and conspired to gather arms and explosives for murdering law enforcement officials and Hindu leaders. The investigation has revealed that charge-sheeted accused Shihabudeen was a part of the bigger conspiracy and as per the instructions of Khaja Moideen had collected and handed over arms and ammunitions in Mumbai to different accused individuals. These arms had been additional used within the homicide of Particular Sub-Inspector Wilson Wilson of Tamil Nadu Police”.

The premier investigation company added that additional investigation into the case was underway.


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