The CRPF and J&K were searched by the NIA with the help of the police. (Representative image)



The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Sunday conducted a search of two places in Jammu and Kashmir in connection with two cases – the ‘ISIS-Voice of Hind’ case and the ‘Bathinda IED Recovery’ case.


The anti-terror agency, with the help of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and the Jammu and Kashmir Police, conducted searches in various districts of the Union Territory.

The NIA conducted searches at two locations in Bhatkal, Karnataka and arrested Jufri Jawahar Damudi, the main accused in the ‘ISIS-Voice of Hind’ case.


The case was registered on June 29 this year against the conspiracy of the banned terrorist organization ISIS to recruit influential Muslim youths in India to wage a violent jihad against India.

The NIA says ISIS terrorists working with ISIS cadres in India from various conflict zones have created a network with pseudo-online identities where ISIS-related propaganda material is disseminated to radicalize and recruit ISIS members.

The NIA conducted multiple searches in Jammu and Kashmir on July 11 this year in the same case and arrested three accused Umar Nisar, Tanvir Ahmed Bhat and Ramiz Ahmed Lone, all residents of Achbal area of ​​Anantnag district.

Abu Hazir Al Badri, a cyber entity, is the main operative of ISIS who is involved in translating ‘Voice of Hind’ into South Indian language and its further spread is identified as Jufri Jawahar Damudi and was arrested in August this year by NIA and Karnataka Police. Joint campaign.


The agency said the cyber ID was also used to radicalize and recruit people.

“The younger brother of Joufari Jawahar Adnan Hassan Damudi, who was arrested in 2011 for ISIS-related activities in ISIS, is currently being held in a separate NIA case,” the agency said.

Jufri Jawahar Damudi was in touch with the ISIS leadership, currently working outside the Afghanistan-Pakistan (Af-Pak) region who provided him with propaganda materials and also gave instructions for its promotion.

The agency added, “For this purpose, Geoffrey created multiple pseudonymous IDs on encrypted chat platforms and was also a member of various online propaganda channels of ISIS.”


During the previous investigation into the ‘ISIS-Voice of Hind’ case, the NIA claimed to have seized a large number of digital devices such as mobile phones, hard disks, SD cards, etc.

However, the second incident in which the NIA is conducting an operation is related to the recovery of Bathinda IED, where the agency conducted searches at eight places in Anantnag, Baramulla, Kulgam, Srinagar, Doda and Kistwar in Jammu and Kashmir on September 21 this year. District

The case was initially registered in Jammu’s Bahu Durg district on June 27 this year for recovering five kilograms of IEDs from a Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist in the Bathinda area of ​​Jammu.

The LeT conspiracy was aimed at detonating explosives in Jammu using IEDs. The NIA re-registered the case on July 19 and had earlier arrested three people in the case.


The investigation revealed that the Pakistan-based handler of the banned terrorist organization LET and their associates based in JK were planning terrorist activities in the Union Territory. .


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