Tablighi Jamaat: Asaduddin Owaisi has close relations with this person
Tablighi Jamaat: Asaduddin Owaisi has close relations with this person

The Jamaatis have been accused of spreading the corona after the lockdown. Professor Mo. Shahid of Allahabad Central University has a close relationship with All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) president Asaduddin Owaisi. Intelligence agencies have also received information in the investigation between the professor and Owaisi talked to each other on call for about 70 times in two months. The administration has also written to probe the three bank accounts of Professor Mohammad Shahid, who returned to Prayagraj, for four days by joining the Tablighi Jamaat in Nizamuddin, Delhi during the Corona virus infection.

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Professor had come under the target of intelligence agencies after they were stopped in Prayagraj for violating visa rules for foreign Jamaatis going from Bihar to Nizamuddin. The professor even hid himself from the police about his departure in Tablighi Jamaat. When the police registered a case and sent them behind bars, the intelligence agencies intensified the investigation. The intelligence agencies, who have been investigating for almost two weeks, have come to know that the professor also speaks the language of Turkish, Indonesian and Thailand. Bangla, Kannada and Marathi also speak. Along with Urdu, he also writes in Arabic and English.

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Surveillance teams engaged in Shahid's call details and they have found that the professor is frequently talking to the AIMIM chief on the numbers. There were three incoming calls from Hyderabad. Owaisi's close friend has a connection to that mobile number. Owaisi was going to come to Kareli a few years ago during an election meeting. The professor was also named among the organizers of that meeting. However, the meeting was cancelled due to non-approval.

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