On Saturday, October 17, the National Investigation Agency (NIA), in its published statement notified that the Delhi Court has imposed an imprisonment sentence of 5 to 10 years to fifteen people who have allegedly been involved in the ISIS conspiracy case. Along with that, the court will also charge heavy fines from the accused.
The conspiracy case concerns the operations of a terror group namely ‘Junood-ul-Khilafa-Fil-Hind’ hailing from Syria, who have reportedly been encouraging and recruiting Indian Muslim youth to join terrorism. The Syrian group also allied with the other ISIS and ISIL terror organizations.
The NIA has disclosed the name of the key accused who was working as the recruiting leader for the Syria based terror group who is recognized as Yusuf-Al-Hindi who was also the media chief of ISIS.
According to the statement, the Delhi court has sentenced Nafees Khan to 10 years rigorous imprisonment (RI) with a fine of Rs 1,03,000, Amzad khan to six years RI and a fine of Rs 78,000, Mudabbir Mushtaq Sheikh to seven years rigorous imprisonment with a fine of Rs 65,000, Azhar Khan to six years RI with a fine of Rs 58,000, Mufti Abdus Sami to seven years RI and a fine of Rs 50,000 and Abu Anas to seven years RI and a fine of Rs 48,000.
Furthermore, the court has also sentenced Mohammad Shariff Moinudeen, Asif Ali, Mohammad Hussain, Syed Mujahid, Najmul Huda, Mohammad Obedullah, Mohammad Aleem, Mohammad Afzal, Sohail Ahmad to five years rigorous imprisonment with a fine of Rs 38,000 on each of them.