With relation to the case pertaining to the propagation of ISIS militant ideology through online platforms, National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided two locations in South Kashmir’s Anantnag district on Monday and arrested three allegedly accused persons in ISIS Voice of Hind (V0H) case, as it was an online magazine published by unknown handlers in India.
Sources privy to said that officials of NIA along with Jammu and Kashmir Police and CRPF raided the residence of Aqib Ahmed Sofi @ Nadim and Muhammad Arif Sofi sons of Ghulam Nabi Sofi, a resident of Sofi Mohalla Achabal and during raid both the sons were arrested from their house for questioning.
Similarly in another raid in the shop namely Geo-graphic printing press of Aarif Hussain Qaderi, son of Peerzada Tahir, a resident of Khaja Mir Ali Sahib, Cheeni Chowk Anantnag, opposite boys hostel of GMC Ganjiwara was raided and he was arrested during the raid and one laptop besides other important documents were seized from his shop.
It is pertinent to mention that NIA had raided multiple locations on Sunday in Kashmir valley in a case related to ISIS Voice of Hind (VoH) magazine aimed to radicalize and recruit impressionable youth in India as per the NIA statement issued on Sunday evening. (CNS)