New Delhi, July 26: The National Investigation Agency conducted raids at six locations in the four districts of Thanjavur, Madurai, Theni and Tirunelveli districts of Tamil Nadu.
The NIA raided the residence of accused Abdullah Saravanakumar and his associates. The case was registered after Abdullah posted incendiary messages on Facebook earlier this year in which he instigated people to wage a war against India on religious grounds.
New Delhi, July 23: The National Investigation Agency has charged two terrorists of the United National Liberation Front in a case relating to an attack on the security forces in Imphal. The two terrorists to be charged are Lisham Ibosana Meitei and Konsam Manithoi Singh.
The case was registered after a hand grenade was lobbed at the security forces at Raj Bhavan Gate in Imphal in January this year.
New Delhi, July 21: The National Investigation Agency carried out searches in Telangana in connection with a naxal related case. During the searches the NIA recovered metal plates and pieces, Iron pipes and circles/coins/billas suspected to be used for making IEDs and Grenade Launchers.
Various other incriminating documents and explosive substances including slurry sticks and electric detonators were also recovered during the searches. The case was first registered in February at the Dummugudem police station in Telangana.
New Delhi, July 21: The National Investigation Agency has arrested fake currency racketeer from Kolkata. The accused has been identified as Sariful Islam aged 34.
The case relates to the recovery of high quality fake Indian currency to the tune of Rs 2,49,000 from the possession of Mohammad Murad Alam. The probe has revealed that the accused persons were smuggling fake currency from Bangladesh.
New Delhi, July 14: In a strongly worded affidavit, the National Investigation Agency said that the naxal plague has caused destruction at many levels. The affidavit was filed while opposing a plea by Surendra Gadling and Sudhir Dhawale who had challenged the transfer of the investigation to the NIA.
The NIA said that the petitioners had gone to the extent of scandalising and questioning the credibility of the NIA who are fighting for the prevention of unlawful and terrorist activities in the country in which the naxal plague has caused destruction at many levels.
New Delhi, July 12: The operatives of the Islamic State had organised a campaign in cyber space to further terror activities on the ground in Jammu and Kashmir, investigations by the National Investigation found.
ISIS terrorists operating from various conflict zones along with the cadres in India assumed pseudo online identities and created a network, the NIA said. Further the agency said that an India centric online propaganda magazine Voice of Hind was published on a monthly basis.
New Delhi, July 12: The National Investigation Agency conducted searches in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh and arrested an arms trafficker associated with an extortion case involving Khalistan terrorists.
The arrested accused has been identified as Mohammad Asif Ali, 32, a resident of Meerut. The case was originally registered in Punjab after the police found that Arshdeep Singh and Ramandeep Singh both based abroad had formed a gang and were extorting money from businessmen in Punjab. The case was later taken over by the NIA.