NIA busts Tamil Nadu-primarily based mostly completely apprehension module planning attacks

NEW DELHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Saturday busted a Tamil Nadu-based outfit planning terrorist attacks in the country with the intention of establishing Islamic rule, and as part of the crackdown raided the houses of three of its members based in Chennai city and Nagapattinam district. As per the case registered by NIA…

NIA busts Tamil Nadu-primarily based mostly completely apprehension module planning attacks

NEW DELHI: The

National Investigation Company

(

NIA

) on Saturday busted a Tamil Nadu-primarily based mostly completely outfit planning terrorist attacks in the nation with the blueprint of setting up Islamic rule, and as segment of the crackdown raided the properties of three of its members primarily based mostly completely in Chennai metropolis and Nagapattinam district.

As per the case registered by NIA on July 9, the accused hailing from Chennai and Nagapattinam, and others “while being interior and beyond India, had conspired and conducted consequent preparations to wage war in opposition to the Authorities of India by forming the terrorist gang Ansarulla”. NIA stated it had learnt that the accused persons –Syed Mohammed Bukhari, resident of Chennai; Hassan Ali Yunusmaricar, native of Nagapattinam; and Mohammed Yusuffudeen Harish Mohamed, also from Nagapattinam — and their associates had serene funds and made preparations to bag terrorist attacks in India, with the blueprint of setting up Islamic rule in India.

After it registered a case in opposition to them below varied sections of the Unlawful Actions Prevention Act and IPC on July 9, NIA on Saturday conducted searches at the house and declare of work of Syed Bukhari in Chennai metropolis along with at the properties of Hassan Ali and Harish Mohammed in Nagapattinam district of

Tamil Nadu

. The three accused are being puzzled by NIA and would possibly maybe merely be arrested at this time.

Throughout the searches, 9 mobiles, 15 SIM playing cards, 7 reminiscence playing cards, 3 laptops, 5 laborious discs, 6 pen drives, 2 pills and 3 CDs/ DVDs along with paperwork collectively with magazines, banners, notices, posters and books had been seized by NIA.


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