Crime / NIA files charge sheet to crack down on those serving 'Jihad'

Vikrant Shekhawat : Feb 02, 2023, 10:45 PM
New Delhi. A major action was taken by the Central Investigation Agency NIA against JMB (Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh JMB Case), a terrorist organization promoting Jihadi thinking through social media in Madhya Pradesh and other states of the country. NIA has filed a second supplementary charge sheet against the terrorist organization. In fact, NIA has filed a second supplementary charge sheet while investigating in the case related to Bangladesh (JMB Bhopal Case) on Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen, an active terrorist organization in Madhya Pradesh. According to senior NIA sources, in this second supplementary charge sheet, a charge sheet has been filed against three prominent terrorists, whose names are as follows.

1. Hamidulla alias Mufakkir alias Mansoor alias Talha (Hamidulla @ Mufakir @ Raju Gazi @ Chamed Ali Miya @ Mansoor @ Talha), this terrorist is originally a resident of Narayanganj area (Division-Dhaka, Bangladesh) of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

2. Mohammad Shahadat Hussain alias Abdullah alias Hafizul Haq alias Obaidulla (Mohd. Shahadat Hussain @ Abidulla @ Hafijul Haque @ Obaidulla), according to the NIA, this terrorist is also originally from Madaripur area of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

3. Talha Talukder Faruq, this terrorist was working for the terrorist organization for a long time. Along with the promotion of his organization in many other states from Bangladesh to India's Madhya Pradesh state, he was working for the recruitment of youth in that terrorist organization. Along with this, he was engaged in increasing Jihadi thinking in India through social media.

There was a conspiracy to spread Jihadi thinking through social media

According to the investigators of the investigating agency NIA, during the investigation of this case, it came to light that these three terrorists including many other terrorists associated with their organization had entered India illegally from Bangladesh. These terrorists were hatching a conspiracy to involve Muslim youth in anti-national activities by confusing them and publishing and propagating wrong news through social media. A conspiracy was hatched to incite the Muslim youth to wage jihad against India and its democratic system. But even before he could spread his dirty thoughts, all the inputs and evidence related to the terrorist and his organization came on the radar of the investigating agency and the conspiracy was exposed.

According to the investigators of the investigating agency NIA, during the investigation of this case, it came to light that these three terrorists including many other terrorists associated with their organization had entered India illegally from Bangladesh. These terrorists were hatching a conspiracy to involve Muslim youth in anti-national activities by confusing them and publishing and propagating wrong news through social media. A conspiracy was hatched to incite the Muslim youth to wage jihad against India and its democratic system. But even before he could spread his dirty thoughts, all the inputs and evidence related to the terrorist and his organization came on the radar of the investigating agency and the conspiracy was exposed.

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