HYDERABAD: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) charged at least 20 key persons of Indian Mujahideen (IM) for their involvement in terror attacks in the country, including Hyderabad. The agency found that a total of 29 operatives of the IM have been chargesheeted so far during their investigation.
The NIA on Monday filed a supplementary chargesheet against IM activities and the persons involved in terrorist activities in India. In the chargesheet, the NIA cited evidence indicating the involvement of the accused persons.
This include recovered email, chart logs, extracts of DNA recovered from hideouts, record financial transactions across international boundaries in addition to oral testimony of witnesses.
Some of the 20 who were charged are --- Tahseen Akthar and Haidar Ali, Bihar, Zia-ur-Rehman alias Waqas, Pakistan, Ariz Khan, Mohammed Sajid, Mohammed Khalid, Abu Rashid, Shanawaz Alam and Mirza Shadab Beg, Uttar Pradesh, Amir Reza Khan, West Bengal, Mohsin Choudary, Pune, Riyaz Ahmed Shah, Iqbal, Mohammed Saleem.