NEW DELHI: THE National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday has charge-sheeted Moinudheen Para Kadavath, a Kasaragod (Kerala) resident and an accused in the ISIS Omar Al Hindi Module case, for allegedly conspiring to wage war against the country by hatching plans to kill judges, politicians and police officers in Kerala besides rationalists and even some Muslim organisation members.
The agency filed the supplementary charge sheet before a designated court in Kerala’s Ernakulam district against Kadavath who was deported from the UAE in February this year, the NIA said in a statement.
The agency had registered the case suo motu at the NIA police station in Kochi on October 1 last year against eight persons from Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
On October 2, the agency arrested six accused --Manseed Mehmood, Swalih Mohammed, Rashid Ali, Safvan P and Jasim N K and Ramshad N K-- were arrested from Kanakamala within Chockli police station limits of Kannur while they were conducting a secret meeting of the ISIS/Daesh module as part of preparations to wage war against the Government of India, said the NIA statement.
During searches at Ramshad’s residence, the agency had recovered digital device with incriminating messages on social media amongst members of the terrorist module regarding the criminal conspiracy and their pursuant preparations, the national agency said.
The NIA had on March 29 filed a chargehseet against all the six accused, besides the absconding accused Shajeer Mangalassery, under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, it said.
The accused had organised themselves into a terrorist gang, owning allegiance to the ISIS/Daesh, named Ansarul Khilafa-Kerala that was headed by Mangalassery.