Delhi: 6 Islamic State fear agents confess for criminal connivance, court to hear supplication on Wednesday
Six individuals who have been blamed for being agents of the feared Islamic State dread outfit and plotting criminal acts in India by enrolling Muslim adolescents through web-based media stages to set up its base in the nation have now confessed under the steady gaze of a Delhi court.
Abu Anas, Mufti Abdul Sami Qasmi, Suhail Ahamed, Nafees Khan, Mohd Afzal and Obedullah Khan on Tuesday moved applications under the steady gaze of the court, which is probably going to be taken up on Wednesday, their legal advisor Qausar Khan said.
Unique Judge Parveen Singh is required to take up their supplication tomorrow to choose the quantum of sentence for the six other charged who had conceded before – Mudabbir Mushtaq Sheik, Mohammad Shareef Moinudeen Khan, Asif Ali, Mohammad Hussain Khan, Syed Mujahid and Mohammad Azhar Khan.
The blamed, while conceding, told the court recorded as a hard copy that they were "sorry for the demonstrations claimed against them", and set out to not enjoy any such demonstration, later on, news office PTI revealed.
Their legal counselor further told the court that the blamed wished to restore themselves.
"The denounced are having clean forerunners, even their direct in prison are good and there is nothing unfavorable against them... the blamed are conceding deliberately with no weight, danger, compulsion, actuation or unjustifiable impact and he that he comprehends the outcomes," their request read.
A case was enlisted by the National Investigation on 9 December 2015 under applicable segments of the Indian Penal Code and the UA(P) Act, relating to the bigger criminal intrigue incubated by the fear association to set up its base in India.