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HENB | Hyderabad | June 30, 2016:: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Thursday interrogated six Islamic State (IS) suspects for a second day for their alleged role in plans to attack locations at Hindu Temple, Police Station across Hyderabad during Ramadan, an official said.
The NIA had questioned them for over 12 hours on Wednesday, after picking them along with five other suspects in an early morning raid at 10 locations in Hyderabad.
PLAN TO ATTACK BHAGHYAKAKSHMI TEMPLE AND HYD POLICE STATION
Earlier, reports had said that those arrested had planned to incite communal violence during the ongoing holy month of Ramadan.
The ‘IS sympathisers’ had planned to place cow and buffalo meat at the Bhagyalakshmi temple at the base of the iconic Charminar with an aim to trigger communal violence.
Today, news agency ANI quoted NIA sources as saying that the suspects are now being questioned on which police station or temples apart from Bhagyalakshmi temple were on their target.
The sources further revealed that the cell was planning attacking a police station in Hyderabad after making powerful bombs.
JIHAD PLAN CHALKED OUT THROUGH MOSQUE NETWORK
Mohammed Ibrahim Yajdhani has emerged as the face of the Hyderabad ISIS module which was busted on Wednesday (June 29). An electronic engineer and resident of Chatta Bazar. Yazdani had completed his B. Tech (EEE) from Anwar-ul-Uloom Engineering College in Hyderabad. He worked in Saudi Arabia for three years. But came back to India sometime in 2014.
The eldest of the five Yajdhani brothers, Ibrahim (30) was currently jobless. Ibrahim along with his brother Mohammed Illiyas and their tenant Rizwan met many of the suspects in the local mosque. Radicalised online, Ibrahim was in constant touch with “Saheb” who is suspected to be Shafi Armar.
EXPLOSIVES STORED IN KITCHEN UTENSILS, USED BASEMENT FOR TARGET PRACTICE
A senior officer said, that when the NIA and Hyderabad Police raided his residence, they discovered that the kitchen utensils were used to store explosives including Urea, Hydrogen Peroxide, Ammonium Nitrate and Triacetone Triperoxide (TATP). TATP is a high grade explosive that can be used in making of Hydrogen Peroxide. Their handling and temperature is extremely important.
While another terror accused Mohammed Habeeb’s basement was used for target practice. Airgun and some pellets have been seized from Habeeb’s residence.
According to sources, Rs 15 lakh came through hawala channel. Total 40 mobile phones, 32 sim cards, 6 laptops, pen drives, memory cards have been recovered in the raid.
The terror trail is not limited to Hyderabad to which these terror suspects belong. It is also learnt that Habib along with Ibrahim went to Ajmer, and spent Rs 65,000 on procuring weapons. But despite payment to an unknown source, failed to get weapons. In same way, the duo went to Nanded to procure explosives.
The terror suspects also went to locations like Roorkie and Patna. Agencies are likely to make more arrests.
MODE OF COMMUNICATION
While the terror suspects were speaking to each other on social network site “Telegram”, they communicated through WhatsApp. The online activity included learning “how to make bomb from explosive material on YouTube. Ibrahim was also following ISIS related sites on Twitter.
ISIS SUSPECTS INTERROGATED
During the interrogation of the five arrested ISIS suspects, it was revealed that Mohammed Ibrahim Yajdhani was the leader of the group.
Meanwhile, 5 accused have been sent to judicial custody till July 14. NIA is moving petition seeking the custody of the accused.
These ISIS suspects were arrested in a joint operation by the NIA and Hyderabad Police who busted an ISIS module and foiled a possible terror attack.
Input from ZEE NEWS & INDIA TODAY.