NIA nabs Members of the terrorist group Ansarulla for conspiring to attack India

Chennai: The Anti-Terrorism Agency smashed a terrorist group known as Ansarulla, charged with conspiring to prepare for a war against India, the NIA said.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested two people charged with raising funds and planning terrorist attacks in the country.
The NIA said: “He also learned that the Accused and their associates had collected funds and had been prepared to carry out terrorist attacks in India, with the intention of establishing Islamic rule in India.”
Media reports say raids were carried out against residents of Chennai Syed Bukhari and residents of Nagapattin Hassan Ali Yunumaricar and Mohammed Yusufuddin Harish Mohammed.
Nine mobile phones, 15 SIM cards, seven memory cards, three laptops, five hard drives, six disks, two tablets, three DVDs, except for documents that include magazines, banners, posters and books, were found during the raid.
It can be recalled that the NIA carried out mass raids last month in terrorist hideouts in Tamil Nadu Coimbatore and arrested two people for alleged links to the West Asian terrorist group Islamic State.

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