NIA Court: Court sends suspected ISIS member Mohsin Ahmed to 30-day judicial custody.Mohsin Ahmed was arrested by the NIA on 6th of this month. He was arrested from Batla House and after the end of his remand, he was produced in the court on Tuesday.
Mumbai: In breaking development in this case, Mohsin Ahmed, an alleged active member of ISIS, has been sent to judicial custody for 30 days by the NIA Court today. Mohsin Ahmed was arrested by the NIA on 6th of this month. He was arrested from Batla House and after the end of his remand, he was produced in the court on Tuesday.
The investigating officer told the court that Mohsin Ahmed was arrested from his residence in Delhi on charges of collecting money for the terrorist organization from sympathizers in India as well as abroad and sending it to Syria and other places in the form of crypto currency. it was done. Further investigation is on in this matter. The NIA says that Ahmed is a hardline and active member of ISIS.
Ahead of the Independence Day, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) conducted a search operation in Delhi and arrested an accused allegedly involved in the activities of the ISIS module case, the accused was identified as Mohsin Ahmed, a resident of Batla House, New Delhi.
The case was registered by the NIA on June 25 under sections 153A, and 153B of the IPC and sections 18, 18B, 38, 39 and 40 of the UA (P) Act. “The arrested accused is a fanatical and active member of banned terrorist organization ISIS. He has been arrested. The suspect is a resident of Bihar.
In July this year, the NIA had searched 13 premises of suspects in six states in connection with activities related to ISIS. The raids were conducted in six states including Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Bihar, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh. The agency conducted raids in Bhopal and Raisen districts of Madhya Pradesh; The raids were conducted on June 25, 2022 in Bharuch, Surat, Navsari and Ahmedabad districts in Gujarat, Araria district in Bihar, Bhatkal and Tumkur city districts in Karnataka, Kolhapur and Nanded districts in Maharashtra and Deoband district in Uttar Pradesh.