Supplementary chargesheet filed 

 The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday filed the supplementary chargesheet in the case related to the busting of IS module at Kanakamala in Kannur last year.

Published: 12th August 2017 01:23 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th August 2017 09:25 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

KOCHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday filed the supplementary chargesheet in the case related to the busting of IS module at Kanakamala in Kannur last year. The chargesheet included only the 14th accused - Moinudheen P K alias Moinudheen Parakadavath, 25, a native of Kanhangad, Kasargod - who was deported from the UAE.Moinudheen was known in different names - Abu Abdulla, Ibnu Abu Al Indonesi Mainuislam and Ibnu Abdulla.


According to NIA, Moinudheen was close to Shajeer Mangalassery, a Kozhikode native suspected to be killed in the IS territory in Afghanistan. “In April 2016, Moinudheen moved to Mashhad in Iran along with Sajeer to join IS in Afghanistan. “However, after reaching Iran, Moinudheen returned to the UAE and decided to work for IS activities in India. 


He was using the name Ibnu Abu Al Indonesi in the Telegram group, through which the members of the module communicated with each other,” an NIA officer said.Based on information from the NIA, the UAE police had intercepted Moinudheen. He was later deported to India on request of the NIA. 

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