Hyderabad: The National Investigation Agency’s chargesheet filed on Monday against three ISIS operatives from Jammu and Kashmir, Karnataka and Maharashtra has revealed that the Hyderabad module of the ISIS was funded by Adnan Hassan, a native of Bhatkal in Karnataka.
The NIA stated in the chargesheet that money had been sent from the United Arab Emirates to India, Tunisia and the Philippines. Hassan funded Hyderabadi youth who tried to flee India to Syria.
The three accused, who were arrested in early 2016 were identified as Sheik Azhar Ul Islam, 24, from Ganderbal in Jammu and Kashmir, Adnan Hassan, 36, from Bhatkal in Karnataka and Mohammed Farhan Shaik, 25, from Mubra in Maharashtra.
They were arrested by the NIA for their involvement in promoting ISIS ideology, inciting others to become members of the ISIS and indulging in terrorist and antinational activities using social media communication apps....