digital desk, New Delhi. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a chargesheet against four Bangladeshi nationals and an Indian national in connection with the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).
The NIA said on Monday that it has booked Lalu Sen alias Rahul Sen, Naziur Rehman Powell alias Naziur Rehman, Mikel Khan alias SK Sabbir, Rabiul Islam alias Rabiul Islam and Mohammad Abdul Mannan Bachu under Section 120-B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), 353, 364, 449 and 450,120B, 204, 419, 465, 468 and 471, Section 17, 18, 38 and 39 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Section 14A (b) of the Foreigners Act and Section 12 of the Passport Act . The charge sheet has been filed in the Special Court, Kolkata.
The case was originally registered by the STF Kolkata, of the state police. The police had mentioned in the FIR that three Bangladeshi nationals along with their associates of JMB/AQIS had entered India illegally. All of them were conspiring to carry out terrorist activities in India.
They were also trying to recruit and motivate young Muslim youth to establish Khilafat and increase terrorist activities in India and Bangladesh, the NIA official said.
The NIA later took over its investigation following the orders of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
The NIA, in its investigation, found that four Bangladeshis and one Indian national were actively involved in setting up the module of JMB/AQIS. They helped Muslim youths to pursue terrorist activities in India to propagate the ideology of JMB/AQIS. Conspiracy to recruit.
These accused were planning terrorist activities to create riot like situation and they were getting funds from Bangladesh through hawala channel.
The NIA officer said that he had also fraudulently obtained Indian identity documents including Aadhar card, electoral photo identity card, PAN card, passport etc. to hide his illegal activities.
NI said that after gathering a lot of evidence in this case, they have filed the charge sheet.
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