NIA chargesheets Bengal girl in LeT hiring case

Tribune News Service
New Delhi, September 11

The NIA at the moment mentioned it had filed a chargesheet in a particular courtroom in Kolkata towards Tania Parveen of West Bengal within the Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) on-line recruitment module case underneath the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).

Agency officers mentioned the case pertained to Tania’s arrest by the West Bengal Police on March three from Baduria of North 24 Parganas district of the state for her alleged reference to the LeT. Initially, the state police had registered a case towards her. Later, the case was taken over by the NIA. The investigation revealed that Tania was a school scholar and was radicalised within the our on-line world by Pakistan-based cadres of the LeT, they mentioned.

“Tania gradually became part of over 70 jihadi groups on social media, which propagated terrorist ideology and advocated a skewed version of the Islamic jihad to radicalise and recruit impressionable Muslim youth,” a senior NIA official mentioned.

Investigation additional revealed that the LeT cadres primarily based in Lahore had launched Tania to ISI officers, who tasked her with making a pretend Facebook profile and befriending members of Indian armed forces to acquire delicate and strategic data, the official mentioned.

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