NIA shows SIMI links with Pak

NIA filed chargesheet in a case relating to a secret meeting of the activists of SIMI.

Last Updated: Dec 30, 2010, 20:47 PM IST

Kochi: The National Investigation Agency
(NIA), probing various terror cases in Kerala, Thursday filed
chargesheet in the case relating to a secret meeting of the
activists of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India
(SIMI) at Panayikulam near Aluva on Aug 15, 2006 and has
listed 17 accused in the case.

The chargesheet was filed by Lhari Dorgee Latoo,
Superintendent of Police, NIA, New Delhi before the CBI Special
court judge S Vjaykumar.

K N Rajesh, a sub inspector of police of Binanipuram while
on patrol duty on Aug 15, 2006 about 12 noon received
information about a secret meeting of SIMI at Happy Auditorium
at Panayikulam. He rushed to the spot and found that there 17
persons in the room and some of the accused were making
inflammatory speeches.

Seventeen accused were arrested and later let of on bail.
Books and pamphlets which were Pro Pakistani, Anti government, seditious provocative creating religious animosity were seized from the accused.

While one accused Rasheed turned approver, another Nasser
is absconding and is in the gulf and efforts are being made
for his extradition.

According to the chargesheet P A Shaduly, Abdul Rasik,
Ansar, NizamuddiN and Shammi, accused 1-5, had entered into a criminal conspiracy in Eranakulam and other places to
advocate, incite, abet unlawful activities of cession of
Kashmir from India and to bring hatred and contempt towards the
government of India and organised the meeting at Panayikulam
which was attended by the remaining accused.

The five have been charged under 120 B (criminal
conspiracy) read with 124 A (sedtion) IPC, 10 a (i), 10 a(ii)
and sect 13 (1)(b) of unlawful activties (Prevention) act.

Eighty nine witnesses and 69 documents were examined. A
book `Che Guvera Vipla Vithinite Idihasam` and `Islamum
Janandi Pathyam` were among the books seized from the
accused.

PTI