Chennai, July 20: The National Investigation Agency conducted raids in 14 different locations of Tamil Nadu in connection with the Ansarulla module case.
The raids come in the wake of the NIA securing the custody of 16 persons in connection with the Tamil Nadu Ansaraulla case.
Chennai, July 20: The National Investigation Agency has secured the custody of 16 persons in connection with the Tamil Nadu Ansaraulla case.
16 persons were arrested by the NIA on the charge that they were running a group called the Ansarulla, which was closely associated with the Islamic State.
New Delhi, July 17: During the investigations conducted into the Tamil Nadu Islamic State module, the National Investigation Agency learnt that the members had planned on carrying out vehicle attacks in the state.
The members arrested told the NIA that they had given instructions to use vehicles, poison and explosives to carry out attacks in various parts of the state.
New Delhi, July 15: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested 14 persons from different parts of Tamil Nadu in connection with an Islamic State related case. The suspects will be taken to New Delhi for questioning.
The NIA has been probing this case for over a month now and has found that the ISIS through its feeder outfits has propagated the ISIS ideology in the state.
New Delhi, July 14: The National Investigation Agency has busted another module in Tamil Nadu, which was propagating on behalf of the Islamic State.
The NIA searched the the office and house of What-e-Islam Tamil Nadu leader, Syed Mohammad Bukhari. It may be recalled that in raids conducted last month, the agency had arrested six persons.
New Delhi, July 08: The National Investigation Agency has been busy with a plethora of cases relating to the Islamic State. In the past couple of years, it has been busy especially in South India, where it has come across several feeder outfits of the ISIS.
The NIA has found a similar pattern behind the operation of the ISIS in Sri Lanka and South India. In both cases it was found that the ISIS was allying with local radical outfits to further its cause.
New Delhi, June 21: Pakistan is having a problem of plenty, where the Islamic State is concerned. In the region, it has not stormed into areas like it did at Mosul or Faluja.
The outfit has used the online recruiting took effectively to bring in the numbers.
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 13: The National Investigation which conducted raids in Tamil Nadu in connection with an Islamic State case found material that belong to the Popular Front of India and Social Democratic Party of India.
The PFI has cropped up in several such investigations relating to terrorism cases. The name of the outfit cropped up for the first time in 2013 in the Narath Arms Case of Kannur. This case related to a training camp and the NIA said that it was also linked to the Indian Mujahideen.
New Delhi, June 15: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) made a significant arrest in the Kerala-Tamil Nadu Islamic case when it arrested Sheikh Hidayathullah.
During the course of the investigation, it was learnt that he was subscribed to the ideologies of both the ISIS as well as the Students Islamic Movement of India.