New Delhi: Ahead of the Independence Day in the national capital Delhi, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has got a big success. The NIA has arrested a suspected terrorist associated with the banned terrorist organization ISIS from Batla House area. Sources said that the arrested accused is a hardcore and active member of ISIS. Information has been given by the NIA that the name of this terrorist caught is Mohsin Ahmed. He was currently living in Batla House, Delhi. He is a resident of Bihar.
The NIA has informed that the suspected ISIS terrorist arrested has been found involved in activities related to ISIS through online and on the ground. In this case, taking suo motu cognizance of the NIA, a case was registered on June 25, 2022.
NIA has informed that Mohsin Ahmed is an active terrorist of Islamic State. Mohsin Ahmed is accused of funding ISIS in India. He has been arrested in this case. Mohsin used to collect funds for the terrorist organization from home and abroad and send it through cryptocurrency to Syria and other countries under the influence of ISIS. He used to take this fund from those who supported ISIS.
The NIA had earlier on August 3 filed a supplementary charge sheet against an alleged member of terrorist organization Al Qaeda in a special court in Lucknow. In this regard, it was told that the charge sheet against Tauheed Ahmed Shah, a resident of Aribagh-Machowa area of Budgam district of central Kashmir in the case related to the attempt to recruit people for the Al Qaeda (AQIS) unit in the Indian subcontinent of the global terrorist organization, was in Lucknow. was filed before the special court of NIA.
An NIA spokesperson said the case was registered on information that Umar Halmandi, a member of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border-based al-Qaeda, is radicalizing people and recruiting for AQIS. Earlier on January 5 this year, the NIA had arrested five accused in the case and filed a charge sheet. Initially, the case was registered on January 10, 2022 at ATS police station in Gomti Nagar, Lucknow. The case was re-registered by the NIA on July 29, 2021.