Mumbai, June 20: Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who has been accused of inspiring terrorists has been given an ultimatum by a special court.
The Special Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court has ordered him to physically appear on July 31, failing which he would have to face the consequences. The court said if he failed to appear, a non-bailable warrant would be issued against him.
New Delhi, June 19: A Facebook page called KhilafahGFX came under the scanner of the National Investigation Agency. It was found that this page being run by one Mohammad Azharuddin was propagating radical Islam in the name of the Islamic State in Tamil Nadu.
NIA officials tell OneIndia that this module had on its radar several Temples and Churches in Tamil Nadu. Further it was also found that the module members had translated ISIS transcripts from Arabic to Tamil and were distributing the same.
New Delhi, June 20: Not one minister in the Arunachal Pradesh government has a pending criminal case. In 2014, there was one minister with serious criminal charges against himself says a report by the Association for Democratic Reforms.
New Delhi, June 18: The National Investigation Agency (NIA)’s raids at Tamil Nadu and Kerala have revealed a larger picture about both radicalisation as well as the gradual rise of the Islamic State.
Security experts say that radicalisation in the state is deeply infested and the issue had been ignored for long. Successive governments had ignored the issue a close look at the situation suggests that both Tamil Nadu and Kerala have had a similar problem.
New Delhi, June 17: Asiya Andrabi collected funds from foreign sources to stoke violence in Jammu and Kashmir. The NIA during its probe learnt that Andrabi’s Duktaran-e-Milat had been organising protests by muslim women in the valley.
Asiya Andrabi was confronted with evidence regarding funding of educational expenses of her son in Malaysia from 2011 onwards through foreign remittances made by Zahoor Watali.
New Delhi, June 17: Masarat Alam, the so called poster boy of stone pelters in Kashmir said that there was a rift within the Hurriyat Conference regarding funds.
During his interrogation with the National Investigation Agency, he said that there have been several rifts within the Hurriyat over the use and collection of funds.
New Delhi, June 12: The raids continued in Tamil Nadu and the National Investigation Agency is tracking the roots of the Islamic State in the state. It is a well know fact that the first recruit for the ISIS from India was from Tamil Nadu.
Haja Fakkruddin a resident of Cuddalore, it may be recalled had in early 2014 left for Syria through Singapore to be part of the ISIS. This was followed by a series of events related to the group and there was an image on the social media that went viral, in which several youth were seen posing with ISIS merchandise.
New Delhi, June 11: In recent developments, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has said that it would be moving the Interpol to bring back controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik from Malaysia to India.
Malaysia on the other hand said that it reserved the right to refuse an extradition. However India and Malaysia both have extradition treaties. For India bringing back Naik is crucial as he is being investigated for several crimes by the Enforcement Directorate and National Investigation Agency (NIA).
New Delhi, June 12: A court has sentenced one person to life imprisonment in connection with the Jet Airways hijacking case. The court has also imposed a fine of Rs 5 crore on Birju Kishor Salla, while convicting him under the provisions of the Anti-Hijacking Act of 2016.
New Delhi, June 04: The expectations from India’s new Home Minister, Amit Shah are immense.
Several persons familiar with his style of functioning say that one could expect an iron fist-no nonsense-no appeasement policy.During his stint as a home minister in Gujarat, he had a similar policy, which saw several successful operations against terrorists.