ISIS module busted in Delhi ahead of Independence Day, suspected terrorist arrested from Batla House

Pankaj Prasad
National Investigation Agency
National Investigation Agency

It is being told that the NIA searched the residential premises of accused Mohsin Ahmed son Mohammad Shakeel Ahmed on Sunday.

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has got a big success. The agency has nabbed an active member of ISIS from Delhi on 15 August i.e. before Independence Day. According to media reports, the name of the terrorist is Mohsin Ahmed, who has been arrested after the search was being done for the activities of the ISIS module.

It is being told that the NIA searched the residential premises of accused Mohsin Ahmed son Mohammad Shakeel Ahmed on Sunday. Who had currently made F-18/27, Japanese Gali, Jogabai Extension, Batla House his base. Let us discuss here that on June 25, the NIA had registered a case under sections 153A, and 153B of the IPC and sections 18, 18B, 38, 39 and 40 of the UA (P) Act.


Intelligence agencies alerted

Let us tell you that the intelligence agencies have done the work of issuing an alert to the Delhi Police in the last days regarding the Independence Day celebrations to be held at the Red Fort, the capital of India. Alerts from intelligence agencies said that before the Independence Day celebrations, Delhi is on the target of terrorist organizations like Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed and ISI. The agencies have alerted the Delhi Police that these terrorist organizations can hatch any kind of conspiracy to terrorize Delhi on Independence Day.

Shinde Abe also mentioned in IB report

Media reports said that the IB has also mentioned former Japanese Prime Minister Shinde Abe, who was assassinated last month, in the alert issued to the Delhi Police. In the instructions given by the IB to the Delhi Police, it has been said that strict rules should be implemented for entering the Independence Day celebrations to be held at the Red Fort. Along with this, the IB in its report, referring to the incident in Udaipur and Amravati, has said that there will have to be a strict vigil on the radical groups and their activities in crowded places.