JMB operative organised several radicalisation camps in West Bengal says NIA
New Delhi, May 23: The National Investigation Agency says in its Burdwan blasts chargesheet that Enamul Mollah, a 25 year old operative of the Jamat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) had organised several radicalisation programmes in West Bengal.
In its supplementary chargesheet, the agency says that it has charged 30 operatives including 6 Bangladeshis.
The NIA makes a mention about the role of Mollah stating that he was a highly radicalised youth aged 25.
He was largely responsible for spreading the agenda of the JMB in West Bengal. It may be recalled that in October 2014 an accidental blast at Burdwan in West Bengal had led to a major investigation.
The details that trickled in stated that the JMB was preparing a huge cache of bombs to carry out attacks both in India and Bangladesh.
Enamul Mollah a resident of South 24 Pargnas according to investigations is a highly motivated cadre of JMB. He has also been involved in harbouring of absconders of JMB.
He had been in constant communication with absconding accused persons Moulana Yousuf and Abul Kalam @ Ibrahim and arranged shelter for them after the Burdwan Blast.
He assisted in recruiting new members for JMB and also spread their agenda by circulating Jihadi material. He arranged for a radicalisation program where the accused Kausar delivered jihadi speeches, the NIA also states.
Chargesheeting another accused Habibul Hoque (30), the NIA says that after the Burdwan Blast, he gave shelter to one of the prime absconding accused Moulana Yousuf.
He arranged training camps for members of JMB at Ankipur and Nayabastiya before Burdwan blast where the trainees were trained by Yousuf, Kalam and Habibur (absconding accused in the case).
The trainees were also given physical and endurance training. Habibul Hoque also recruited members into JMB and collected funds for JMB. He forged identity documents and procured EPIC card with false name in order to conceal his identity.
The NIA has now filed charges against 30 persons of whom 20 have been arrested and are in judicial custody. 10 are still absconding the NIA says. The 30 charged so far by NIA include 6 Bangladeshi Nationals too.