NIA Arrests Claimed Ansarulla Terror Group Members Charged With Scheduling Bombings In India
In order to create Islamic rule, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has detained two individuals accused of raising resources and planning terrorist attacks in India. On Saturday, in a special courthouse at Chennai, the accused were detained in Chennai, Tamil Nadu's Chennai and Nagapattinam.
The anti-terrorism agency carried out searches and busted the terror group members known as ' Ansarulla ' accused of conspiring and preparing to wage a war against India, a statement from the NIA said.
The raids were carried out against Syed Bukhari, a resident of Chennai, and Hassan Ali Yunumaricar, a native of Nagapattinam, and Mohammed Yusuffudeen Harish Mohamed, reported ANI. The accused were charged under different sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), including criminal conspiracy, waging or attempting to wage war against India, and charges of terrorism under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
During the bust, NIA reported recovering nine mobile phones, 15 SIM cards, seven memory cards, three laptops, five hard disks, six pen drives, two tablet PCs, three DVDs, except for magazines, banners, posters and books.
Under various sections of the IPC and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, the anti-terrorism agency registered cases against the accused person on July 9.
Last month, in Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore, the NIA carried out huge raids in terror hideouts and detained two individuals for alleging connections with the Islamic State terror group in West Asia.This was the background to a case against six individuals that was recorded by the NIA, which promoted the identity of ISIS in social media.
Speaking on Facebook with Zahran Hashim, who was one of the suicide bomber that hit Sri Lanke this year during Saster, on April 21, the agency detained ISIS's Master of Module Tamil Nadu, Mohamed Azarudeen.