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Accused used to send money to ISIS through cryptocurrency, NIA made several revelations in the charge sheet

New Delhi. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has filed a charge sheet in the Patiala House Court against an accused in connection with the activities of the terrorist organization ISIS module in India. It has been told that the accused Mohammad Mohsin Ahmed sends money to the terrorist organization ISIS through cryptocurrency. The NIA has made several revelations in the charge of propagating ISIS ideology and raising money for the organization. Significantly, in connection with a conspiracy hatched by ISIS and ISIS members, the NIA had registered a case on 25.06.2022.

NIA sources told that the accused Mohd Mohsin was using crypto currency to send the money deposited for ISIS. For the promotion of ISIS ideology and to raise money for the organization, work was going on for many days. Accused Mohsin Ahmed s/o Mohd Shakeel Ahmed r/o New Colony, ITI Mahila, Digha, a resident of Dinapur-cum-Khagaul, Patna, Bihar, was being interrogated by the police.

The accused were radicalizing the youth and recruiting them for ISIS
Investigation has revealed that the accused Mohd Mohsin Ahmed conspired with an ISIS handler and others to propagate the ISIS ideology. The ultimate objective of these terrorists was to radicalize the Indian youth and recruit them for ISIS. He was also involved in raising funds for ISIS from ISIS sympathizers in India and sending money through cryptocurrency to his Syria-based ISIS handlers, which helped ISIS to further its terrorist activities.

Tags: cryptocurrency, ISIS, NIA

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