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Neeraj Chauhan| TNN | New Delhi | Oct 2, 2016:: The National Investigation Agency has busted an ISIS inspired module from Kerala and Tamil Nadu with the arrest of six youngsters who were reportedly planning to carry out attacks at various places in India after owing allegiance to the so called caliphate led by Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Officials say that the accused persons were collecting explosive to give shape to their plans.
Earlier, 21 persons including 6 women and three children from Kerala went to Afghanistan in May-June this year and agency is talking to their parents.
“Credible information was received that some youth from Kerala and Tamil Nadu along with their accomplices have entered into a criminal conspiracy to commit terrorist acts by collecting explosives and other offensive material for targeting important persons and places of public importance in various parts of south lndia,” said a senior NIA officer.
Officials say that NIA teams along with Kerala Police, Delhi Police and Telangana Police, based on specific information, launched surveillance on the movements of the accused involved in the conspiracy.
During searches conducted on Sunday in the districts of Kozikhode and Kannur in Kerala, these six operatives of ISIS have been arrested for their involvement in the conspiracy.
NIA sources say that five of them were arrested while they were conducting a meeting at Kanakamala hilltop, Kannur District, Kerala.