NIA Raids 19 Locations in South India, Unearths Jihadi Terrorist Group’s Anti-India Activities.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) takes swift action against a radical Jihadi terrorist group, conducting raids at 19 locations in South India.
Learn about the ongoing search operations, anti-terrorism measures, and discoveries made during the crackdown.
NIA Raid: Government in action against Jihadi terrorist group, NIA raided 19 places in South India; Search operation continues.
The central government is in action against the radical Jihadi terrorist group. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has busted the radical Jihadi terrorist group.
NIA is conducting raids in 19 places in South India. Currently, raids are going on at 19 places in South India. The raid has been going on since this morning.
The anti-terrorism agency is conducting these raids in close coordination with the state police forces.
Sources close to the development did not share the exact location and information about the jihadi group due to some operational reasons.
Most of the 19 locations being searched by the NIA are linked to suspects linked to the jihadi group.
According to the inputs received from the sources, the terrorist group is engaged in anti-India activities and has learned to plan attacks and recruit youth.
Raids at many places of Lashkar-e-Taiba.
As part of its investigation into radicalization of prisoners by Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists, NIA conducted raids at several locations in Bengaluru, Karnataka.
Large-scale searches at six locations have been conducted by the NIA on December 13 as part of the ongoing investigation in the case (RC-28/2023/NIA/DLI). Which also included the houses of four accused, one of whom is missing.
Many things were seized during the raid.
The properties of two other suspects were also searched.
In the raid, NIA teams seized several digital devices, various incriminating documents, and cash worth Rs 7.3 lakh during the raids conducted at the residences of Mohammed Omar, Mohammed Faisal Rabbani, Tanveer Ahmed, Mohammed Farooq, and fugitive Junaid Ahmed.