On August 2, a Kerala school teacher Yasmin Ahmad was arrested at Delhi airport before she could embark her journey to Kabul. She exposed naked that the extremist group Daesh is now organising “terror classes” in the country.Kerala woman reveals jihadi lessons being delivered under the guise of sermons, arrested while on her way to Kabul.It is believed that forty young men and women have already been programmed there by fugitive Daesh recruiter Abdul Rashid, who influenced Mumbai graduate Ashfaq Abdul Majid to enroll in the group, which controls envelops of territory in Iraq and Syria. Ashfaq is assumed to have left India on June 2.
IS running Terror Classes in Kerala : Yasmin Ahmed tells NIA
The knowledge provided by Yasmin Ahmad, 29, a school teacher has intensified counter-terror agencies’ uncertainties as it verifies the rising perception that Daesh has surpassed Pakistani outfits as the major threat to national security.
Alok Mittal, Inspector General of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) spoke to Mirror in an exclusive chat that Daesh’s power in the country had alarmed authorities. He said “nearly 40 people — suspected boperatives and sympathizers — have been arrested in different parts of the country since mid-2014 and eight jihadist modules have been broken up”.
According to an NIA officer, Yasmin, a native of Bihar had moved to Kerala three years back. She took up a job at Peace International School in Malappuram, where she met Abdul.Abdul, from Kerala’s Kasaragod district, was also working as a teacher there. He is a key suspect in the disappearance of 21 youths from the state, and is believed to have fled to Afghanistan. Yasmin Ahmed was arrested by a special team of the Kerala police.
“She has made some shocking revelations, which are being verified. She claims 40 people were indoctrinated in jihadist ideology at secret camps in Kerala.We have identified some of the people who attended the sessions conducted by Abdul in Trikaripur, a town in northern Kerala. We monitoring their movements.” the officer said.
The NIA has moved an application before a Kochi court seeking Yasmin’s remand.