ISIS module case: NIA conducts searches in Tamil Nadu, devices seized

In INTERNAL SECURITY

The National Investigation Agency sleuths on Saturday conducted searches in Thanjavur and Tiruchirappalli in connection with its probe into the ISIS module case and seized among others, laptops, mobile phones and an axe from the premises of two suspects. Taking forward its probe in the case, in which two men Mohammed Azarudheen and Shiek Hidayathulla were arrested in June following raids in Coimbatore, the NIA said it conducted searches in the residences of Alavudeen at Thanjavur and S Sarfudeen at Tiruchirappalli.

Both these men are suspected to be associates of the arrested duo and in the search operation, two laptops, six mobile phones, eleven SIM cards, one pen drive, a hard disc, one memory card, five CDs/ DVDs, one axe besides 17 documents have been seized, the NIA said in an official release. Read More

You may also read!

Next Round of India-China Boundary Talks in Agra on December 21: Reports

As per several reports, the next round of boundary talks between India and China might take place in Agra

Read More...

Indian Security Agencies Fear More Attacks In Kashmir Amid Communication Blockade

Senior Hurriyat leader of Jammu and Kashmir Abdul Ghani Butt has urged the international community and the global human

Read More...

India’s response to Uri, Pulwama attacks most robust: Gen Bipin Rawat

Army Chief General Bipin Rawat on Saturday said that India's response to Uri and Pulwama attacks were significantly most

Read More...

Mobile Sliding Menu