Seven years in jail for three SIMI activists in Madhya Pradesh

Jun 23 2019 11:38 AM
Seven years in jail for three SIMI activists in Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal: A court in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh, on Saturday convicted three members of the banned organisation Student Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) for carrying out illegal activities. Court sentenced seven years imprisonment and 10,000 Rupees is sentenced to fine.

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District Prosecution Office Bhopal Media Cell in-charge Yogesh Tiwari said that Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Prakash Damore has arrested three SIMI accused Kamruddin Nagori, Hafiz Hussain and Safdar Nagori for conducting illegal activities and simi member As a result, the said organization has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment and a fine of Rs.10,000 for each of the accused in the relevant sections for indulging in illegal activities.

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He said, as per the case registered at Bhopal Police Station Kotwali, the accused of the SIMI organization, concealed their true identity, conducted illegal activities of the banned outfit SIMI and were involved in the illegal activities of the organization as members of SIMI. The accused were seized with sealed books of SIMI and other objectionable documents which were identified by the identity cards and photographs etc.

 

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