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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Hyderabad ISIS men chargesheeted; accused were in touch with Maoists

In its supplementary chargesheet filed on Tuesday in New Delhi’s Patiala Court, the National Investigation Agency revealed that the Hyderabad ISIS terror suspects, who had been arrested in January this year, had contacted Naxals.

The chargesheet has been filed against 16 accused, many of whom are from Hyderabad including Mohammed Nafees Khan, Mohammed Obaidulla Khan and Mohammed Shareef Mohinuddin Khan, all residents of Tolichowki, and Abu Anas, a native of Rajasthan but who was an employee of Hyderabad-based company TWG International.

NIA in the chargesheet alleged, “Scientific evidence in respect of the recovered explosive substances and comparison of voice sample collected in the case has been positive as per the expert’s opinion. Funds were transferred through hawala channels and some of the arrested accused fabricated Improvised Explosive Devices to commit terror attacks in India. The accused persons also contacted Naxalites to understand their modus operandi in committing terror acts and they also had plans to buy weapons from the Naxalites.”

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