A special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Delhi on Friday called a seven-year-old hard-core ISIS terrorist for conspiring to establish the basis of a prosecuted organization in India to radicalize and recruit youth through social media platforms. Sentenced to imprisonment. Imran Khan Pathan convicted by NIA Special Court, Patiala House.
The convict's name is Imran Khan Pathan, against whom the NIA had registered a case in December 2015 under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and the Indian Penal Code. An NIA official said that the case has been set up for ISIS to establish its base in India and recruit Muslim youths through different social media platforms.
NIA filed charge sheet against 17 accused including Pathan
The NIA had filed a charge sheet and then a supplementary charge sheet against 17 accused, including Pathan . The court has already sentenced 16 of the 17 accused to 10 to 10 years rigorous imprisonment. Earlier, the court convicted 16 of the 17 accused for the conspiracy hatched by ISIS operatives in Syria and later the formation of a group "Junud-ul-Khalifa-Hind-Hind" and sentenced to 10 years of rigorous imprisonment. Was heard.
Pathan was in direct contact with the ISIS handler Yusuf-al-Hindi. An official said a sum of Rs 50,000 was also received from Mudabir Mushtaq Sheikh, a partner of Yusuf, who was convicted for making a bomb and furthering the activities of ISIS in India.