Bengaluru, Feb 8: The family of suspected IS Sympathiser Najmul Huda who was netted by the NIA and Delhi Police special cell in a nation-wide sweep against Islamic State, are now demanding a 'meet' with Huda.
Huda was arrested from his father Saiful Huda's house located at Permude village of Dakshina Kannada last month in the dark hours. He was nabbed on the suspicion of establishing links with the operative of Ansar-ul-Tawhid, Shafi Armar who is based in Syria and is working on his behalf to recruit youths in ISIS.
The parents of Najmul Huda claimed he is innocent and was only sharing casual ISIS posts in the social media while OneIndia interviewed the family.
Currently, the family says they are dismayed by the unexpected turn of events. Huda's sister (who did not wish to be named) speaking to OneIndia said the family is in deep pain after Huda was arrested by the investigation agencies.
She claimed after the arrest, family members were not kept in loop over his whereabouts. "This has rubbed more salt to the wounds," Huda's sister narrated. She said the family is desperate to talk to Huda about his condition.
The investigative agencies have to apprise the family of Huda's plight as the family has the right to know what is happening. She urged agencies should leverage time to speak to her brother.
"We are resting our hope on God and praying Huda would come clean. But we should be allowed to talk to my brother as we are extremely worried about him," she added.