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Stockpile of ISI’s explosives in Thrissur and Palakkad suspected

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Islamic State (IS) case accused are suspected to have stored explosives in different parts of the state. NIA has started investigation in this regard. NIA searches for fatal consignments are on; they are taking Nabeel during the searches. He is the IS suspect who was arrested by NIA recently. They went to the alleged terrorist centre in Thrissur also. They took Nabeel to the centre where the terrorists took hayath (oath) for going ahead with the terror activities. The raids came close on the wheels of the news that IS terrorists hide explosives for terror activities in Kerala. The terrorists who had been arrested earlier had admitted that they had carried out IED bomb explosion tests. NIA had ascertained that the arrested terrorists Nabeel Ahmed, Ashif and Shiyas Siddiq played pivotal roles in plotting explosions in the state. NIA gathered information regarding the stockpiling of explosives; the raids were carried out accordingly.

NIA has found that Nabeel has been operating as a successor of Keralite IS terrorist Abdul Rasheed Abdulla who was killed in US air attack. Thus, he took over as the Ameer of the Kerala Module of IS. NIA has found out that terrorists deployed virtual private network for their communications.

NIA had carried out raids in fourteen PFI centres in five states, including Kerala, in August. In Kerala, raids were carried out in Kollam, Malappuram and Kannur districts. Several digital equipment and other documents had been seized during the raids. NIA have been carrying out their anti-IS operations throughout the country.

NIA is thoroughly carrying out their operations against the Islamic terrorist outfits throughout Bharat. Since non-BJP state governments do not appear to be equally meticulous against the fundamentalist outfits, NIA practise paramount vigilance.

In Kerala, people believe that but for union government and the central agencies like NIA, ED, etc. the situation in the state would have been different. They are not to blame for this assumption, thanks to the minority vote bank politics in the state. Therefore, religious fundamentalists find Kerala as a safe haven for them. Reasons are simple – Whoever rules the state, they always stand for vote bank politics. Whether CPM-controlled ruling Left Democratic Front or opposition Congress-led United Democratic Front, they do not give the deserving significance to the warnings of nationalist and Hindutva forces. On the other hand, they always believe that right method of electoral politics is to go to any extent for the sake of the votes. They know the fact that Hindus are unorganised; nationalist forces and Hindu force are two sides of the same coins. That is why both Fronts are hand-in-glove in opposing nationalist forces. That is why both Fronts joined hands in the legislative assembly to pass unanimous resolutions for the release of Abdul Nasir Madani when he was in Coimbatore jail in connection with the brutal and fatal Coimbatore bomb blasts in of 1998. They passed unanimous resolution against Citizenship (Amendment) Act. And, they passed unanimous resolution against Uniform Civil Code. They believe that anti-PFI or anti-IS is anti-Muslim hence anti-secular. All anti-Modi actions are secular! That is why both Fronts were in chorus to oppose Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Service Bill 2020.

In the meantime, NIA has issued look out notice against absconding Popular Front of India activists in Shornnur, Palakkad district. Four people are from Pattambi and Cherpulassery, one from Ernakulam. Details of one man are unknown. The activists are Abdul Rasheed (32) of Pattambi, Muhammedali (42) of Cherpulasseri, Shahul Hameed (54) of Koottanadu, Muhammad Mansoor (41), Ittilathodi and Surtkeil Abdul, Elurkkara, Eranakualm. The fugitives are Abdul Wahab (36) and another person’s name is not available. Posters have been put up in various parts of Shornnur Railway Station. A reward of Rs 7 lakhs will be given to those who provide information about the person whose name and details are not available. Those who provide information about Abdul Wahab and Abdul Rasheed will get Rs 5 lakhs each and those who provide information about others will get a reward of Rs 3 lakhs. Poster says that the information of the informants and the accused will be kept confidential. NIA Kochi office phone number is also provided.

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