Active member of ISIS caught from Delhi's Batla House area- Watch Video

Publish Date: 07 Aug, 2022 |

The National Investigation Agency has arrested an active member of ISIS in a quick raid at Batla House in Delhi. The name of this terrorist is being told as Mohsin Ahmed. It used to fund terrorist with the help of cryptocurrencies. The NIA raided 6 places on Sunday, after which it has got this success.

Ahead of the Independence Day, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) launched a search operation in Delhi and arrested an accused allegedly involved in the activities of the ISIS module. The accused has been identified as Mohsin Ahmed, a resident of Batla House, New Delhi.

It is being told that Mohsin Ahmed used to keep an eye on the people around. Whenever he got the chance, he tried to provoke people. Not much information has been received yet, but after the arrest, the investigating agency will try to find out what was the next plan of Mohsin Ahmed.

This is how the NIA got information about Mohsin

It is being told that the students studying in Delhi's Jamia Millia University had given information about Mohsin, on the basis of which the investigating agency took this action. According to the students of the university, he tried to influence many students with the ideology of Islamic State. In this case, the investigating agency had registered a case against Mohsin on June 25 itself, after which he was being continuously searched.

Investigations revealed that he was in contact with ISIS commanders based in Afghanistan and Syria and used to send funds to them through cryptocurrency. NIA officials have informed that Mohsin Ahmed used to fund ISIS in India. The investigating agency is now finding out who funded the transactions done through cryptocurrencies and hawala. Who is its handler and where is it sitting? Where was it supplying money next? To whom was the money being sent?


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