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My son took the wrong path: When a father turned in his ISIS recruit son

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New Delhi, JUne 3: The NIA which has registered six cases against the ISIS will file a chargesheet today against Mohammad Naseer, the computer engineer from Tamil Nadu who was deported to India from Sudan. The NIA is basing its entire case on the digital trail alleged to have been left by him.

The 23 year old computer engineer from Tanjore was deported from Sudan to India on December 10 last year. The NIA chargesheet will have the name of his father too who incidentally is the witness in the case.

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The father had told the NIA about the message his son had sent him which read, " I have reached Sudan and joining the ISIS."

Strong charges

NIA officials say that the chargesheet is a strong one based on digital evidence. His chat transcripts on the social media sites apart from his mobile communication are all part of the chargesheet.

The NIA in this case had sought information from the US on the exchanges between the accused and others. Naseer used pmohamednaserjobs@hotmail.com to communicate with his father.

This was certified by the father who had told the NIA about his son's tryst with the ISIS. The statement of the father has been recorded under Section 164 of the Cr PC.

The NIA will state in its chargesheet that Naseer had reached Sudan and was attempting to reach Syria through Libya.

However he was stopped and later deported. The father's statement is crucial in the case. The father in his statement had said that his son had chosen the wrong path and his behaviour had increasingly become suspicious.

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