According to the central agency, Abdul Cader and Irfan Nasir are allegedly members of the Hizb-ut-Tahrir, an international Islamist and fundamentalist organisation, and had formed a group namely Quran Circle to allegedly further their Islamic State-related activities
Bengaluru: The NIA Thursday filed a charge-sheet against two alleged Islamic State sympathisers for their alleged involvement in forming a group to further the activities of the dreaded global terror group in India, an official said.
Abdul Cader and Irfan Nasir have been charged before a special court in Bengaluru under sections of the IPC and the UAPA, the NIA official said.
They were part of a terrorist group that identified impressionable Muslim youths, motivated and radicalised them, and provided funds for their visit to Syria to further the ideology and activities of the banned terrorist group Islamic State, the official said.
The case was registered by the NIA in September last year after the examination of Dr Abdur Rahman in an Islamic State Khorasan province case, who was motivated and sent to Syria to join the Islamic State in 2013-14 by the terrorist group formed by the accused in the case, according to the NIA official.
The NIA had busted the Islamic State module wherein, the names of various persons responsible for radicalising and funding the visits of Muslim youth from Bengaluru/Karnataka to Islamic State-controlled areas emerged, the official said.
Cader, Nasir and some of their associates, who are members of the Hizb-ut-Tahrir, an international Islamist and fundamentalist organisation, had formed a group namely Quran Circle to further their Islamic State-related activities, the NIA official said.
Based on the forensic examination of digital devices seized during the search and meticulous analysis of funds raised and provided by the members of Quran Circle, roles of various accused/suspects located abroad and in India, emerged which are under investigation in the case, the official said.
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