NIA attaches 4 immovable properties of 11 accused in Pune in ISIS module terror case

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NEW DELHI : The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has attached four immovable properties of 11 accused as ‘proceeds of terrorism’ in the ISIS module case in Pune being used for IED fabrication and its training and planning of terrorist acts.

The attached properties in Kondhwa, Pune (Maharashtra), are linked with 11 accused persons, including three absconders, said the NIA on Sunday.

As per the agency, it is a move forward on the NIA’s mandate to dismantle the global terror outfits’ network in the country, and “the four properties were being used for IED fabrication and its training and planning of terrorist acts.”

The NIA has already charged all 11 in the case.

Attached under Section 25 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, the properties are residential houses and flats linked with accused Mohammed Imran Khan, Mohammed Yunus Saki, Mohammed Shahnawaz Alam, Md. Rizwan Ali, Kadir Dastagir Pathan, Simab Kazi, Zulfikar Ali Barodawala, Abdullah Faiyaz Shaikh, Talha Liyakat Khan, Shamil Nachan and Aakif Nachan.

The case relates to an ISIS conspiracy to spread terror by carrying out attacks at various places in Maharashtra, Gujarat and other parts of India, through IED fabrication training workshops and recce of jungles for firing practices and hideouts, besides raising terror funds by committing armed robberies and thefts.

In pursuit of its efforts to destroy the terror networks of the proscribed global terrorist organisations and safeguard India’s interests, the NIA has cracked down on various ISIS modules across different states in recent months. Its investigations into the conspiracy and activities of ISIS are continuing,” added the agency. (ANI)

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