IS conspiracy: 5 technocrats plan to take robotics course to carry out terror attacks in India

The place where some youth carried out a test blast in Karnataka’s Shivamogga district in September 2022 Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on June 30 filed its first supplementary charge sheet against nine people in the Islamic State (IS) conspiracy case in Karnataka’s Shivamogga district.

The accused had carried out an incident Trial IED blast in ShivamoggaApart from conducting reconnaissance of several places and setting arson on property and vehicles to spread terror among the people, as part of the IS conspiracy to commit acts of terror and violence in India and to wage war against India.

Those chargesheeted include Mohd Shariq (25), Maj Munir Ahmed (23), Syed Yasin (22), Rishan Thajuddin Shaikh (22), Huzair Farhan Baig (22), Majin Abdul Rehman (22), Nadeem Ahmed KA (22) . , Zabiullah (32), and Nadeem Faizal N (27). All of them are residents of Karnataka. They have been charged under the UA(P) Act, 1967, IPC and Prevention of Destruction and Damage to Property Act.

Maz Munir Ahmed and Syed Yasin were The chargesheet was filed in March this yearAnd now he has been accused of other crimes.

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Maaz Muneer Ahmed, Syed Yaseen, Rishan Thajuddin Shaikh, Majin Abdul Rehman and Nadeem Ahmed KA studied Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. He was tasked by his IS handlers based abroad to undertake a robotics course to acquire the skills to carry out terrorist attacks in India to further the IS agenda.

Investigation revealed that Mohd Shariq, Maaz Muneer Ahmed and Syed Yaseen entered into a criminal conspiracy with foreign-based IS operatives to promote terror and violence on the instructions of banned terrorist organization IS in the region. All three had actively radicalized and recruited co-accused with the intention of disturbing national security, and unity and sovereignty of India.

His online handler had funded the accused through crypto currency.

The case was initially registered by the Shivamogga Rural Police on September 19, 2022, and was later taken over and re-registered by the NIA on November 15, 2022.