In its chargesheet against an operative of the JMB, the NIA said that he had translated Jihadi material from Arabic to Hindi. He also called on Muslims to oppose India stating that it was the democracy that was marginalising them
New Delhi, Jan 14: In a fresh chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency, it has said that a Bihar based operative of the Jamaat-ul Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) had uploaded jihadi material on the social media after translating it from Urdu and Arabic to Hindi.
Ali Asgar alias Abdullah Bihari alias Umair has been named by the NIA in its supplementary chargesheet in connection with a case that the NIA had filed in April against the JMB. A resident of East Champaran in Bihar, Umair has been highly radicalised and influenced by the ideology of various terror groups such as the JMB and Al-Qaeda, the NIA said He entered into a criminal conspiracy with his associated in an attempt to influence, radicalised and motivate the Indian Muslims into committing acts of Jihad the chargesheet said.