NIA seized incriminating evidence in Thane house of Pune ISIS module arrest
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided the Thane house of arrested accused Shamil Saquib Nachan in the Pune ISIS module case on Thursday and seized a host of incriminating material exposing the terrorist organisation’s conspiracy to disrupt peace and communal harmony in the country.
According to NIA press Release, the searches at the Padgha, Thane house of Shamil, a member of an Islamic State’s Sleeper Cell, yielded several mobile phones, hard disks and some handwritten documents etc., which are being examined and analysed.
It informed that Shamil was arrested earlier for participating in Bomb (IED) Assembly & Training Workshops and also in the fabrication and testing of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs).
It further informed that the agency recently arrested two most wanted and associates of Shamil who were also accused in the case.
According to press release, the NIA has been carrying out extensive raids across India to thwart the outfit’s terror designs and plans.