Kanakamala IS module: Alleged gets arrested after a span of 4 years!
Kanakamala IS module: Alleged gets arrested after a span of 4 years!

Kerala is getting surrounded by NIA investigation every now and then. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has held an involved in the 2016 Kanakamala IS module case of Kerala. Mohammad Polakkani, who had been escaping for a long time was arrested from an airport in Kerala on his arrival from Georgia on Saturday. The case relates to the 2016 event where a group called Ansar-ul-Khilafah Kerala, which supposedly has links to the terror outfit of Islamic State, reportedly planned to carry out planned terror strikes in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. The alleged collusion plan was held at Kanakamala in the Kannur district of Kerala.

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The Investigation agency had then arrested six men. Out of the nine persons named in the case, including Mohammad Polakkani, six were sentenced, a Kozhikode native was vindicated and one person is still under trial. Though the six persons were convicted in the case, the trial court had sum up that NIA could not authenticate the alleged Islamic State link of the group. Kannur native Mohammad Polakkani was arrested from the airport as he arrived in Kerala from Georgia, a report stated.  

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As per the report, the accused was brought to the NIA court in Cochin along with the three Al Qaeda terror accused arrested on Saturday from Ernakulam. As per a leading daily, he had been reportedly using various social media accounts in different names through which the group allegedly operated. The NIA followed his location last year and had issued a lookout notice. Mohammad Polakkani was reportedly the first accused in the case. However, as he fled, other eight accused were named as accused one to eight.

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