Terrorism

Chargesheet filed for terror recruiting

The National Investigation Agency on 16 February filed a chargesheet against 24 accused, including the Pakistani national Abdul Rahman Wali, for recruiting youths from Kerala to carry out anti-national activities in J&K and waging war against the nation. The chargesheet said, “the accused have been charged with anti-national activities and waging war against the nation. The youths, recruited in 2006, were given armed training in terrorist modules to wage war against India.” The chargesheet also mentioned that the funds were transferred from abroad for the recruitment drive. The chargesheet claimed that the conspiracy behind the terror recruitment extended beyond India. The youth were called for religious training and then taken to places like Hyderabad where they were introduced to jehadi literature, claimed the chargesheet.

MG News Desk

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 March 2011 on page no. 11

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