Another suspect arrested in ISIS terror module case
The National Investigating Agency (NIA) which is probing a case relating to an ISIS module in India has detained a youth from Hooghly.
News: The National Investigating Agency (NIA) which is probing a case relating to an ISIS module in India has detained a youth from Hooghly.
According to ANI report, the man, identified as Ashiq Ahammed is from Hooghly. He will be produced before NIA court in New Delhi today.
The 19-year-old, a student of a private engineering college in Burdwan district, was earlier detained and questioned by the NIA in February.
"He has been formally arrested and we are in the process of presenting him before a court and secure his custody," said an NIA officer.
The NIA in January busted a terror module, arresting several people from cities across the country "who were in the process of organising themselves to commit terrorist acts".
Over 15 arrests were made across the country. Several suspected were arrested in connection with the case from Karnataka, Telangana, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh.