Intelligence sleuths track missing youth in northern districts of state
Recce by NIA to identify whereabouts of ‘suspects’ foDays after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) revealed that one youngster from Telangana has joined the ISIS, intelligence agencies are now tracking the ‘suspects’ across north Telangana to ascertain who might be the person who had joined ISIS.r ascertaining the person who joined ISIS
KARIMNAGAR : Days after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) revealed that one youngster from Telangana has joined the ISIS, intelligence agencies are now tracking the ‘suspects’ across north Telangana to ascertain who might be the person who had joined ISIS.
After verifying for the missing youngsters from Karimnagar and Mancherial districts, the intelligence agencies are apprehending that the youngster who joined ISIS might be from Karimnagar who had earlier made a bid to join the terror organisation.
Though not confirming about the same, intelligence agencies tried to track a youth from Karimnagar town, Mohammad Noman Jameel, who was earlier caught while trying to move into Syria in 2014. Police then counselled and released him.
On Wednesday, the police reportedly tried to track the whereabouts of Jameel with his father Jameeluddin but did not get proper information.
With this, the intelligence sleuths are suspecting whether Jameel might have joined ISIS.
His family members also did not give clarity about his whereabouts. The family members told police that he was undergoing training for higher education in Hyderabad.
Terror links were found to erstwhile Karimnagar district when an alleged terror operative Azam Ghori was killed in encounter in Jagitial town on February 7, 2000.
Meanwhile, police of Mancherial district too are tracking down the whereabouts of some missing youngsters from the district.
Earlier too, an youngster from Mancherial, Atif Waseem, joined ISIS and reportedly died in 2015 fighting in Syria’s civil war.
Police of erstwhile Adilabad district are on an alert following reports of some youngsters from Adilabad, Bhainsa and Mancherial getting attracted towards terror activities.
As the district borders Maharashtra, police are keeping a track on the movement of suspected people between the two states.