New Delhi: The Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) searched 40 areas in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Sunday for Common Entrance of India (PFI) cadres and detained 4 individuals. Within the case involving Abdul Khader of Nizamabad district in Telangana and 26 different individuals, the company carried out searches at 38 areas in Telangana (23 in Nizamabad, 4 in Hyderabad, two in Nirmal, seven in Jagityal, one every in Adilabad and Karimnagar districts) and two in Andhra Pradesh (one every in Kurnool and Nellore districts).
The NIA stated it has seized incriminating supplies in these raids, which have been ongoing since Sunday morning, together with digital gadgets, paperwork, two daggers, and Rs 8,31,500 in money.
“4 individuals have been detained for questioning,” quotes the anti-terror company. As per NIA, these accused have been “organizing camps for imparting coaching to commit terrorist acts and to advertise enmity between completely different teams based mostly on faith”.
Throughout investigations by the Nizamabad Police Station in Telangana, 4 accused have been arrested: Abdul Kader, Sheikh Sahadulla, Md Imran, and Md Abdul Mobin. The NIA later re-registered the case on August 26. Abdul Khadar, 52, a resident of Autonagar, Nizamabad, was charged within the NIA’s First Info Report (FIR), together with 26 others, with conspiring to wage conflict towards the Authorities of India.
“In pursuance of the felony conspiracy, they recruited the members of Common Entrance of India (PFI), organised camps for imparting coaching for committing terrorist acts. They fashioned an illegal meeting and promoted enmity between completely different teams based mostly on faith and have been concerned in actions disrupting sovereignty and territorial integrity of India,” the FIR mentions.
The case was first filed on July 4 on the Nizamabad police station in Telangana. Through the investigation, the Telangana Police arrested 4 suspects: Abdul Kader, Sheikh Sahadulla, Md Imran, and Md Abdul Mobin. The NIA later re-registered the case on August 26. Since then, the case has been underneath investigation.
(With Businesses Inputs)