New Delhi, July 15: Probing further into the activities of the Islamic State, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has unearthed more local modules in South India that have been supporting the dreaded terror group. The 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 a gang which conspired to establish Islamic rule in the country. The NIA conducted searches in Chennai and Nagapattinam in connection with the Islamic State case.
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 15:The National Investigation Agency has arrested another person in connection with the Tamil Nadu-Kerala Islamic State case.
The NIA had registered the case against 6 persons on the charge that they were propagating ideology of ISIS/ Daish on social media with the intention of recruiting vulnerable youth into ISIS/ Daish for carrying out terrorist attacks in South India especially in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
New Delhi, Aug 17: The Supreme Court has directed the national crisis management committee and sub-committee constituted by Union Cabinet secretary for Kerala flood crisis to coordinate with the committee on Mullaperiyar dam to explore possibility of bringing down water level from 141 ft at present to 139 feet.
Chennai, Aug 8: M Karunanidhi, who was once part of a struggle for the establishment of a Dravida Nadu was also incidentally the first Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu to unfurl the National Flag on Independence Day.
Karnataka has told the Supreme Court that it has released more Cauvery water than Tamil Nadu is entitled to receive. The submission comes in the wake of the Supreme Court directing Karnataka to release 4 TMC of water to Tamil Nadu.