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HENB | Pune | April 5, 2016:: A suspected ISIS recruit was detained at the Pune airport on Tuesday as he was leaving the country and flying to Dubai for onward journey to Syria.
Officials identified the youth as Raoof Ahmed, a resident of Bhatkal in north Karnataka. Bhatkal area has been identified as an Islamist zone from where many Islamic militants have been emerged to wage a Jihad against India.
Security agencies have been keeping a strict vigil after his name cropped up during internet chats with members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which is being monitored by sleuths to look for possible followers of the terror group, active in parts of Syria and Iraq.
They said Ahmed was detained as the Union Home Ministry had issued a ‘Look Out Circular’ against him sometime back.
At least 14 youths have been arrested early this year by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) as part of its probe on indoctrination of youths by the banned terror group.
The Indian security establishment suggests that around 20-odd Indians are currently fighting for the banned outfit in Iraq and Syria.
For the first time in 2014, a youth from Kalyan in Maharashtra had returned home after spending about six-months with IS. He was arrested upon arrival in Mumbai.
ISIS, also known as IS (Islamic State) is a banned organisation in India, but the dreadful Jihadi organisation has networked its wings supposedly all over India with its home grown module with its radical ideology and hardcore anti-Hindu design.
__report based on PTI inputs.