Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 13
The federal anti-terror probe company NIA on Monday stated it has filed charge-sheet in opposition to 17 key conspirators, who fashioned a terror group initiated by Islamic State of Syria and Iraq (ISIS) terrorists Mehboob Pasha of Bangalore and Khaja Moideen of Cuddalore (Tamil Nadu), for his or her try to perpetrate terror actions in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.
The accused individuals Mahboob Pasha, Khaja Moideen alias Jalal, Abdul Samad, Y Thowfeek, Syed Ali Navas, Jaffar Ali, Abdul Shameem, Imran Khan, Mohammed Haneef Khan, Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan, Saleem Khan alias Kolar Saleem, Hussain Shariff, Ejaz Pasha alias Ezaz Pasha, Zabiulla, Syed Fasiur Rehaman, Mohammed Zaid and M Sadiq have been charged underneath varied sections of the IPC, the UAPA and the Arms Act earlier than the Bengaluru NIA Special Court, the company stated in a press release.
The NIA stated, the case was initially registered on January 10 this yr Karnataka Police and was associated to Mehboob Pasha, a resident of Bengaluru, who in affiliation with Khaja Moideen and Sadiq Basha fashioned a terror group for spreading the ideology and actions of ISIS, a banned terror outfit in India by its off-shoot ‘Al-Hind in Bengaluru’.
“They were conspiring with other co-accused persons at the house and Al-Hind Office of Mahboob Pasha in Guruppanpalya and other places in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu since April, 2019, for carrying out terrorist attacks in south of India, especially in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and for establishing Islamic Khilafat in the country”, the NIA stated in its cost sheet.
In furtherance of the conspiracy, Mahboob Pasha and Khaja Moideen recruited susceptible younger males, procured arms and ammunition and enormous portions of explosive supplies for making highly effective IEDs, charged the NIA, whereas accusing them of amassing jungle coaching materials to coach younger recruits.
The NIA has additionally declared a money reward of Rs 5 lakh in opposition to absconding accused Abdul Matheen Ahmed Taahaa on this case.