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15 terrorists spreading ISIS network in India, sentenced by NIA court

New Delhi
A special court in the capital Delhi has delivered a major verdict. 15 terrorists associated with the terrorist organization ISIS have been sentenced for the charge of opening a branch of ISIS in India and tricking the youth into it. The court has also sentenced the culprits to 10 years, 7 years and 5 years of imprisonment besides fines.

Networks were spreading in India
All of them were found guilty of criminal conspiracy to recruit Muslim youth through social media to build their base in India and carry out terrorist incidents. Special Judge Praveen Singh sentenced Nafis Khan to 10 years in jail, while three convicts were given seven years of imprisonment and one person was sentenced to six years of imprisonment. Apart from this, NIA (National Investigation Agency) Special Court has also fined from 30 thousand to 1 lakh 30 thousand.

The case was filed in 2015
According to a senior NIA official, the case was registered under various criminal sections in the year 2015, in which case there were allegations that some people are preparing a cooperative organization in India at the behest of terrorist organization ISIS. Which was named Juned ul Khalifa and its doers were misleading the innocent Indian spearmen and making terrorists through social media websites and recruiting them.

19 people were arrested
Acting on the basis of information, the NIA had arrested a total of 19 people in this case. It was also revealed that it was at the behest of Yusuf Al Hindi alias Armaan alias Unknown Brother

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