Three ISIS supporters arrested in Coimbatore
Coimbatore: Three presumed ISIS fans were jailed right here on Saturday under the Unlawful Tasks (Prevention) Act, authorities claimed.
The court remanded them to judicial wardship till June 28.
All the three implicated were required to the Government Healthcare facility here for medical examination today and later created before Principal Area Court R Shaktivel at his home.
The searches were carried out based upon information that the three were staunch supporters of ISIS, had been propagating the terrorist clothing’s ideological background on social media, supported the mastermind of the Easter Sunday blasts as well as conspired to phase horror attacks below.
The National Examination Company had previously this week apprehended Mohammed Azarudeen and also Sheikh Hidayutallah from the city for pro-IS activities.
The searches were performed based upon info that the 3 were strong supporters of ISIS, had been circulating the terrorist attire’s ideological background on social media, sustained the mastermind of the Easter Sunday blasts and also purportedly conspired to stage terror assaults below.
Mohammed Hussain, Shahjahan and Sheik Shafiullah were detained after searches at their houses right here on June 13, they stated, including some digital gadgets as well as incriminating files were seized throughout the raids.
They were booked under areas 18, 38, and 39 of the Unlawful Tasks (Prevention) Act 1967.
The apprehensions come days after the NIA carried out raids at 7 locations in the city as well as detained Mohammed Azarudeen, the supposed mastermind of ISIS Tamil Nadu module that was a Facebook close friend of Zahran Hashim, the mastermind of Sri Lanka Easter Sunday suicide battles.