Four Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) operatives from West Bengal have been sentenced by a special court in Karnataka to seven years’ harsh prison terms and fined for terrorist activities, the NIA said. a spokeswoman said on Saturday.
Kador Kazi aka Mijanur Rahaman, Mustafizur Rahman aka Tuhin, Adil Sheikh aka Asadullah, and Abdul Karim aka Korim Sk have been used in a variety of Indian criminal, tort (prevention) and arms laws. A spokesperson said he was convicted under a section.
The incident involved the seizure of a large quantity of electrical and electronic goods, tools, chemical equipment and containers used in the manufacture of bombs and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) from JMB’s hideout in Bangalore.
It was originally registered by the Karnataka Police Department at Soradevanahari Police Station on July 7, 2019 and re-registered by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) on July 29 of the same year, a spokesperson said.
Additionally, four cases involving dacoits committed by them under the jurisdiction of the Atibel Police Department in 2018 were re-registered by the NIA on April 1, 2020.
After the investigation was completed, a consolidated bill was filed in all these dacoitty cases. The court combined these four cases into one, according to the NIA.
The investigation found that the defendants ran dacoits in various parts of Bengaluru to raise funds for the purpose of facilitating JMB’s activities in India, collect explosives, and use rocket launchers to carry out terrorist acts. was found to have been tested.
“Criminal proceeds in the form of gold – the dacoits – were sold by the defendants to raise funds to carry out their terrorist activities,” a spokesperson said.
He has a total of 11 defendants arrested and indicted so far, three of whom have been convicted in previous cases.
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