The central agency has reportedly arrested four key men.
Bengaluru/Hyderabad: The IT capital was placed on high alert after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) with the help of local police busted an alleged ISIS module in Hyderabad on Wednesday morning and arrested eleven people from the old city and allegedly seized weapons, ammunition, urea, acid, chemicals, electronic gadgets and other incriminating material besides Rs 15 lakh in cash from 10 locations.
The central agency has reportedly arrested four key men – Mohammed Iliyas (24), his brother Mohammed Ibrahim Yazdani (30), Habeeb Mohammed (32) and Mohammed Irfan (27). Ibrahim is an engineer, Iliyas is a graduate and Habeeb is a computer graduate.
Though Intelligence and NIA officers remained tight-lipped about the operation, sources said the Daesh module may have their network in Karnataka as well, from where the NIA has made maximum Daesh related arrests so far.
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