Mumbai: The National Investigation Agency on Thursday, December 28, filed a charge sheet against six people in a case pertaining to promoting terror activities in India at the behest of outlawed outfit ISIS.
The six accused were held in July during multiple raids in Maharashtra by the NIA in the ISIS module case.
The 400-page chargesheet, which was filed in the court of Special NIA Judge A K Lahoti, has 16 protected witnesses.
As per the NIA, the accused allegedly had active links with the Islamic State and were trying to motivate vulnerable youth to propagate the terror organization’s anti-India agenda.
The Central Prosecution Agency said it had recovered incriminating material, including electronic gadgets and documents related to the terror organization, and also found social media posts during the searches conducted at the houses of the accused.
The material seized clearly exposed the strong and active links of the accused with ISIS and their efforts to motivate vulnerable youth to further the terror organization’s anti-India agenda, the NIA has said.