India's Islamic State wing ran operations 'corporate style'
The Junood-ul-Khalifa-Fil-Hind or JKH which is the Indian wing of the Islamic State in India worked like a corporate entity, investigations have revealed. The outfit headed by Ajmad Khan who was recently deported from Saudi Arabia had a proper hierarchy in place, investigations have also revealed. He would report to Shafi Armar who is based out of Syria.
The National Investigation Agency which is probing Khan says that he headed the JKH in India. He was in charge of sending out the funds and also ensuring that the recruitments into the outfit were carried out.
He is also likely to be investigated by the Bengaluru police in connection with the Churchstreet blasts case. The NIA says that this was the first attack carried out by the JKH in India.
Investigations have also revealed that Amjad along with Shafi ran the JKH in a professional manner. They had a proper hierarchy in place and strict instruction were given to all members to follow the same. The money transfers too were done only after the same was approved by Shafi, it was also revealed.