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B Upendran | HENB | Chinnamanur | July 25, 2021:: Sleuths from the National Investigation Agency (NIA) interrogated a 31-year-old Muslim man running a biryani and a mobile phone shop in Chinnamanur in Theni district of Indian state Tamil Nadu for over five hours on Saturday.
According to a reliable source, the NIA team visited the house of the man identified as Yousuf Aslam. He lived with his wife and was allegedly creating religious conflicts through social media including terror funding. The source said that Yousuf hailed from Madurai and his orginal name was Udayakumar. He fell in love with a Muslim girl and had converted to Islam after marriage and started his Jihadi activities.
Derived from the source, Udayakumar fell in a ‘reverse love jihad’ tangle with a Muslim girl and converted to Islam with his new name Yousuf Aslam and ultimately joined Jammat to materialize Jihad. The Muslim girl who hatched the conspiracy to grab Udaykumar to convert as Yousuf Aslam in a ‘reverse love jihad’ was also an activist of a women Islamic welfare group as reported. It is very much clear that, Aslam converted in ‘Reverse Love Jihad’ was later engaged for waging an Islamic war with a plan to kill all Kaffirs in India.
The source further said the NIA officials had been closely monitoring the Facebook account of Yousuf for sometime. It is said to have some literature pertaining to the “sacrifices” of Muslims connecting ‘Jihad’ around the globe and the need to fight the anti-Muslim forces. The objectionable materials linked with ‘annihilation of Kaffirs (non-Muslims) and against the majority Hindus in India. The contents were not only objectionable, but parts hailed banned outfits. They had mooted the idea of establishing a separate nation in India under ‘Khalifa’. A few pen drives, a laptop, some SIM cards and three mobile phones were also taken by the team. The bank account details were also accessed by the investing team as reports came in.
Another source in Chennai said Yousuf was picked up for examination as he was one among the five admins of a WhatsApp group.
The NIA team had questioned another admin identified as Adbullah in Madurai on Friday. Two other group admins were in Karnataka and Kerala. The contents shared by them in the group were, however, not revealed by the source.
As the news spread about the police presence and the NIA’s interrogation, a large number of Muslims in the locality had gathered in front of the residence. Amidst tight security, the suspect was taken to the Chinnamanur police station. Based on inputs, the NIA team visited Yousuf’s house at 5 a.m., the source said. He was later let off in the presence of some jamaat members with an assurance that he would cooperate in the probe.
Earlier, Abdullah was arrested and lodged in the Madurai Central Jail in April this year for allegedly creating religious conflicts through social media.
As per Source, Aslam had purportedly posted messages on Facebook “instigating people on religious grounds to wage war against India and establish Khilafat, thus threatening the sovereignty of India”. He allegedly advocated the ideology of the Islamic State terror group and fundamentalist organisation Hizb-Ut-Tahrir.
The central agency conducted searches at a total of six locations in four districts – Thanjavur, Madurai, Theni and Tirunelveli. The NIA seized 22 digital devices including mobile phones, hard disks, memory cards, pen drives and laptops during the search. Additionally, booklets and other documents were also recovered.
The NIA is a Central counter terrorism law enforcement agency in India.