New Delhi: The National Bureau of Investigation (NIA) on Sunday (July 11) captured three members in the Anantnag district of Jammu and Kashmir allegedly linked to the banned organization ISIS.
The agency stated that these three accused, namely Umar Nisar, Tanveer Ahmad Bhat and Rameez Ahmad Lone, participated in the ISIS conspiracy with the aim of “radicalizing and recruiting vulnerable youth in India to launch a violent jihad against the Indian state. “
NIA said in a statement: “ISIS terrorists functioning in various conflict zones, together with ISIS officials in India, pretended to be online and created a network to disseminate Islamic State-related propaganda materials. To strengthen and recruit members of the Islamic State organization.”
“In this regard, IndiaCentric’s online advocacy magazine, Voice of India (VOH), is published monthly with the purpose of inciting and inciting vulnerable youth,” the agency added .
The National Intelligence Agency stated that they found a large number of guilty documents, multiple digital devices and T-shirts with the ISIS logo when they raided the residence of the victim.
“Preliminary inspection of the seized materials and inspection of the defendants discloses that they were active ISIS cadres and had been using cyberspace to disseminate incitement materials from the Online Magazine (VOH),” it said.
“The search of the arrested defendant led to searches at two other locations in the Anantnag district on July 12, and some digital devices and other materials were seized,” he added.