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Madhya Pradesh and Telangana ATS teams raided Bhopal and Chhindwara on Tuesday morning. 11 people have been arrested from both the places. Evidence has been found of their association with the radical Islamic organization Hizb-ut-Tahrir (HUT). A total of 16 HUT members were arrested across the country. 10 members have been arrested from Bhopal, 1 from Chhindwara, 5 from Telangana. A relative of the Bhopal gas tragedy activist is also included among those arrested. From engineers to teachers are also associated with this organization.
Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra said, MP ATS has also recovered objectionable literature from the arrested HUT members. Input was being received in this regard for a long time, after which this action was taken. This organization believes in going to any extent and resorting to violence to enforce Sharia law.
Remand of 10 members approved till May 19
Madhya Pradesh ATS produced 10 members of HUT arrested from Bhopal in the court. Here ATS asked for remand of all of them. While approving the remand, the court has handed over the matter to the ATS till May 19 for questioning. ATS officers will soon bring the accused arrested from Chhindwara and Hyderabad to Bhopal on transit remand. Officials associated with the Madhya Pradesh Police said that the arrested accused are teachers, software engineers, coaching teachers, auto drivers, computer technicians and laborers by profession.
MP ATS produced 10 people belonging to terrorist organization Hizb-ut-Tahrir (HUT) from Bhopal in the court. They have been given on remand till May 19.
Rashida Bi’s family also in custody
The suspects taken into custody include Wasim, the kin of Rashida Bi, founder of Chingari, an organization working for Bhopal gas victims. Rashida Bi said, ‘Wasim is innocent. He didn’t do anything. The police did not find anything in the house. Neither laptop nor mobile was found. He works in an organization working for differently-abled children. I will go to the High Court for that.
These 11 members were arrested from MP
- 1). Name : Yasir Khan
- Age: 29 years
- Address : Shahjahanabad , Bhopal
- Job: Gym Trainer
- 2). Name : Syed Sami Rizvi
- Age: 32 years
- Address : Millennium Habitat Shaheed Nagar, Kohefiza
- Job: Coaching Teacher
- 3). Name : Shahrukh
- Age: 29 years
- Address : Jawahar Colony, Aishbagh
- Job: Tailor
- 4). Name: Misbah-ul-Haq
- Age: 29 years
- Address : Housing Board Colony, Aishbagh
- job: wage
- 5). Name : Shahid
- Age: 26 years
- Address : Jawahar Colony, Aishbagh
- Job: Auto driver
- 6). Name : Syed Danish Ali
- Address : Sonia Gandhi Colony, Aishbagh
- Job: Software Engineer
- 7). Name : Mehraj Ali
- Age: 25 years
- Address : Masood Bhai’s House, Aishbagh
- Job: Computer Technician
- 8). Name : Khalid Hussain
- Age: 40 years
- Address : Barela Village, Lalghati
- Job: Teacher and businessman
- 9). Name : Wasim Khan
- Address : Bagh Umrao Dulha, Aishbagh
- Job: Work in NGO
- 10). Name : Mohammad Alam
- Age: 35 years
- Address : Noor Mahal Road, Chowki Imambara
- 11). Karim has been arrested from Chhindwara.
Manager in FDDI arrested Karim from Chhindwara
Abdul Karim Ahmed (45), arrested from Chhindwara, lives in the Co-operative Bank Colony here. 13 Years in FDDI (Footwear Design & Development Institute) as Assistant Manager in Maintenance Branch. Originally a resident of Damua area.
The headquarters of Hizb-ut-Tahrir is in London (UK). This organization wants to bring Islamic Sharia law in place of democratic governance system in India. For this, the organization had secretly started preparing its cadre in Madhya Pradesh as well. The aim of the organization is to connect the youth with the organization by calling the current governance system of India anti-Islamic.
The aim was to expand the organization for jihad against Hindus.
Hyderabad’s trainers used to give training in the jungles
All the arrested accused belonging to the organization used to practice targeting in a secret manner by setting up camps in the forests. In these camps, the trainers used to come from Hyderabad. Religious meetings were also organized secretly, in which provocative speeches and Jihadi literature were distributed.
Fierce radicals wanted to connect the youth
According to the police, the accused arrested from Bhopal wanted to expand the organization across Madhya Pradesh. The accused were given the target of adding such youths in the organization, who are of fierce nature. At the same time, they should not have any hesitation in giving their lives.
Used to talk on dark web apps like ‘Rocket Chat’, ‘Shrima’
The accused, who were caught on charges of working for Hizb-ut-Tahrir organization, used to talk among themselves on dark web like ‘Rocket Chat’, ‘Shrima’. Significantly, apps like ‘Rocket Chat’, ‘Shrima’ are used by other terrorist organizations including ISIS.
Wanted to spread panic in big cities of the country
It was told from the police headquarters that the operatives of Hizb-ut-Tahrir had given the accused the task of connecting new youths in Bhopal. The task of preparing these youths for Jihad against Hindus was also entrusted to the accused arrested from Bhopal. Apart from this, he was asked to raise funds and necessary resources for the organization. According to the police, the accused were also planning to spread panic in big cities of the country by carrying out major incidents.
Reiki was done by drone
The accused had also done Reiki with drones to target the big cities of the country. They were planning to carry out the big incident by preparing a map of these cities. Even before the plans of the accused could be fulfilled, the ATS raided and arrested them.
Suspicious material also found information
Suspicious documents and anti-national material have also been recovered from the detained people. However, there is no official confirmation about this. Bhopal’s Aishbagh police station in-charge Chaturbhuj Rathore told that we have no information in this matter. The families of three people came to the police station and told that some people posing as policemen entered the house and took the boys away.
HUT more dangerous than ISIS
Radical Islamic organization Hizb-ut-Tahrir is spreading its radical ideology rapidly while avoiding everyone’s eyes. According to the report, this organization is more dangerous than ISIS. It has spread to about 50 countries. 16 countries have banned it. This organization was formed in 1952 in Jerusalem. Its headquarter is in London. The organization has branches in Central Asia, Europe, South Asia and South East Asia. Especially in Indonesia. South Asia has a significant presence in Pakistan and Bangladesh.