India has decided to file a fresh petition before the Interpol after the agency rejected a red corner notice against radical Islamic preacher, Dr Zakir Naik. An NIA official informed OneIndia that they would make a fresh request for the red corner notice.
The Interpol has cancelled the red corner notice that was issued against religious preacher, Dr Zakir Naik. The decision was sent to the Interpol General secretariat which deleted the data from the Interpol’s files in November 2017.
India is in touch with Malaysia to secure the extradition of Dr Zakir Naik, the radical Islamic preacher. A recent video of Naik enjoying VVIP treatment in Malaysia went viral. The video shows Naik, who has been given permanent resident (PR) status in Malaysia, being driven in an official car escorted by police outriders.
The government is yet to receive any formal request, but will continue to monitor the activities of Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik, Malaysia has said. This was stated in a written statement by Malaysian Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
Dawood Ibrahim funded Zakir Naik’s NGO, his brother Iqbal Kaskar revealed during interrogation. The funding had taken place through a mediator called Sultan Ahmed he also revealed.
The ban on Dr Zakir Naik’s NGO, Islamic Research Foundation has been upheld by a special tribunal. The tribunal said that Naik’s NGO is involved in activities threatening sovereignty, unity, integrity and security of India.
In a money laundering case, the Enforcement Directorate submitted a complaint against Aamir Gazdar, a close aide of controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik. The ED says that Gazdar is an associate of Naik and operated as a front while dealing with funds of the Islamic Research Foundation.
The ED says in its complaint that an offence under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act has been committed.
A special court has reserved its order on whether to issue a non-bailable warrant against Dr Zakir Naik or not. The order is likely to be passed on Thursday. On Tuesday the Enforcement Directorate had moved the court seeking issuance of a non-bailable warrant against controversial against controversial Islamic preachers Dr Zakir Naik. The application was moved in the Special Prevention of Money Laundering Court in Mumbai.
The National Investigation Agency has issued yet another summons to controversial Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik. Incidentally, this is the third summons in the past two months and Naik has been told to appear before the agency on April 17.