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Subrata Paul | HENB | Kolkata | February 4, 2020:: Suspected Islamic State (IS) operative Mohammad Masiuddin alias Musa created a flutter by hurling a shoe at the judge during a court hearing here Tuesday, prompting the National Investigative Agency (NIA) to seek his trial in-camera.
Musa, who was arrested in 2016 for having alleged links with foreign extremists including the IS and Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), suddenly got agitated while making a submission to the judge in the NIA court. He bowed down, took off one of his shoes and threw it at the judge. The missile, however, missed the judge and hit a lawyer.
Musa, who is now under NIA custody in the Presidency Jail here, had attacked the warden of the Alipore Central Correctional Home some time back, slashing his throat with a spoon that the militant had sharpened into a weapon.
After Tuesday’s incident, the NIA counsel pleaded to the judge to allow Musa to be tried from the prison through a video link.
Musa was nabbed July 4, 2016 by the CID from aboard a train in Burdwan. The probe into his links with foreign militants was subsequently taken over by the NIA. Musa is suspected as a key person in Khagragarh Bomb Blast including some jihadi activities happened in Bengal and other states in India.
It is gathered from the jail and court sources, the suspected Islamic terrorist Md. Masiuddin alias Musa is a devout follower of Islam and five time Namaji (offers Namaj for five times).
Before and after hurling the show Musa was murmuring, “I believe only in Quran. How a Kaffir or Murtad Judge can try me. Only Sharia can try me, as per my faith. I have no faith in Indian law & judiciary.”
___Inputs from IANS and Agencies.
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