SIMI Camp – Finally after 8 years charges framed against 11 SIMI terrorists

published on June 17, 2014

SIMI Camp: Charges Framed against 17
http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/kerala/SIMI-Camp-Charges-Framed-against-17/2014/06/17/article2284770.ece

KOCHI: The NIA Court here framed charges against 17 accused persons in the Panayikulam SIMI Camp case on Monday. The trial of the case will begin on July 15.

The court framed charges against P A Shaduly alias Harris, Abdul Rasik, Shammi alias Shammer and Salih, of Erattupetta, Ansar alias Ansar Nadim and Nisar, of Kodungalloor, Nizamudeen alias Nizamon and Hasim of Alangadu, Shammer, Abdul Hakeem, Ashkar and Nissar alias Muhammad Nisar of Eriyadu, Nizar, of Poopara, Mahayudheenkutty alias Taha, of Pothanikkad, Muhammad Nisar, of Paravoor, Riyas, of Thrikkariyoor and Muhammad Naizam, of Marampilli. The accused persons would face trial for offences under Sections 124 A and 120 B IPC, Section 10(a)(i), Section 10(a)(ii) and Section 13(i)(g) of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. P G Manu, Special Prosecutor for NIA, appeared for the prosecution.

The prosecution case was about the secret meeting of Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) members, held at an auditorium at Panayikulam in Paravoor taluk on August 15, 2006. Binanipuram Sub Inspector K N Rajesh, after receiving information, raided the auditorium. On visiting the spot, he found that there were 17 persons in the room and some of them were making inflammatory speeches. Seditious books and pamphlets were were also seized from the spot where the meeting had been organised.

Lhari Dorgee Latoo, Superintendent of Police, NIA, New Delhi, filed the chargesheet against a total of 17 persons in the case in 2010.

According to the investigation conducted by NIA officials, Shaduly, Abdul Rasik, Ansar, Nizamudeen and Shammi, first to fifth accused in the case, had entered into a criminal conspiracy in Ernakulam and other places, to advocate and abet unlawful activities in the country and to incite hatred and contempt towards the Government of India.

The meeting at Panayikulam was attended by all the accused.

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