Coimbatore Busted Isis Module Wanted To Carry Out Sri Lanka Easter Bombing Styled Attacks On Temples Churches


June 17,2019

After the National Investigation Agency (NIA) busted an ISIS module in Tamil Nadu’s Coimbatore, the state police’s special cell has revealed the terror group’s intention to target temples and churches in the region, Times Nowhas reported.

Following the NIA action, the state police raided three individuals connected with the module namely Mohammed Hussain, Shahjahan and Sheikh Safiullah.

As per an FIR filed in the matter on 12 June under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act, the three accused belonging to city’s Ukkadam area, were praising the “sacrifice” of the terrorists involving in Sri Lanka’s Easter terror attacks and indoctrinating individuals using similar propaganda materials.

In the intelligence report, the state police revealed that the accused were translating ISIS propaganda from Arabic into Tamil and wanted to create an ISIS module in the state to carry out similar attacks on temples and Churches.

The preliminary police investigation also concluded that the accused were heavily radicalised and were on the verge of carrying out a terror attack. They were also said to have been indoctrinating other youths to join their module.

As reported earlier, after NIA busted the six-member ISIS module in the state, the central investigative agency had found that the prime suspect, 32-year-old Mohammed Azharudheen was also friends on Facebook with Zahran Hashim, who had masterminded the Easter bombings targeting Christian churches in Sri Lanka.

” The NIA, RAW, and IB needs to work in coordination and eradicate the menace of ISIS from India for its own security.”– Editor , Vedic Upasana Peeth

Source — Swarajyamag



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Post


Notice : The source URLs cited in the news/article might be only valid on the date the news/article was published. Most of them may become invalid from a day to a few months later. When a URL fails to work, you may go to the top level of the sources website and search for the news/article.

Disclaimer : The news/article published are collected from various sources and responsibility of news/article lies solely on the source itself. Vedic Upasana Peeth or its website is not in anyway connected nor it is responsible for the news/article content presented here. ​Opinions expressed in this article are the authors personal opinions. Information, facts or opinions shared by the Author do not reflect the views of Vedic Upasana Peeth and Vedic Upasana Peeth is not responsible or liable for the same. The Author is responsible for accuracy, completeness, suitability and validity of any information in this article. ​
© 2017. Vedic Upasna. All rights reserved. Origin IT Solution