Primary suspect in Kerala ISIS module case dies in Delhi jail

Mohammad Ameen

By Muslim Mirror Network

Mohammad Ameen, 27, the primary suspect in the ISIS Kerala module case being looked into by the National Investigation Agency, passed away at Delhi’s Mandoli prison complex, police notified his family on Saturday.

Ameen was arrested in March 2021 and charged with terrorism under the strict Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act. He was suspected of administering multiple ISIS propaganda channels on various social media platforms, as well as radicalising and recruiting new ISIS members.

Ameen was from Manakada in Kerala’s Malappuram district. He was apprehended by the NIA in Delhi.

Earlier, Ameen had gone to Bengaluru to study Islam before his imprisonment.

Ameen’s family was told of his death by the jail administration on Saturday via the local police.

Ameen’s father-in-law stated that the local police were notified of his death. According to his father-in-law, Main Kutty, Ameen called his family members on Friday and informed them he had a headache.

Ameen vomited blood in the morning, according to the co-accused, and was admitted to the hospital.

He was admitted to GTB Hospital on October 7, according to media reports. He died on October 8th.

The NIA filed a charge sheet against Aamin alias Abu Yahya in a special court in Bengaluru in February of this year. This chargesheet also mentioned Mohammad Wakal Lone alias Wilson Kashmiri, Mijah Siddiqui, Shafia Harris alias Ayesha, Obaid Hamid Matta, Madhesh Shankar alias Abdullah, Amar Abdul Rahiman, and Muzammil Hasan Bhatt.


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