It reg­is­tered a case against Mr Azharud­din and the oth­ers on 30 May, ac­cord­ing to a press state­ment

Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka) - - CONTD. FROM PAGE 1 -

The Sri Lanka bomb­ings killed more than 250 peo­ple and wounded 500 oth­ers.

Five other men have been de­tained for ques­tion­ing, said In­dia’s Na­tional In­ves­tiga­tive Agency (NIA), which con­ducted the raids and made the ar­rest.

It reg­is­tered a case against Mr Azharud­din and the oth­ers on 30 May, ac­cord­ing to a press state­ment. State in­tel­li­gence and lo­cal po­lice are now con­duct­ing fur­ther raids in Ukkadam, a neigh­bour­hood in Coim­bat­ore, where of­fi­cials say three of the sus­pects, in­clud­ing Mr Azharud­din, live.

Fed­eral in­ves­ti­ga­tors ac­cuse all six sus­pects of “prop­a­gat­ing” IS ide­ol­ogy and at­tempt­ing to re­cruit “vul­ner­a­ble youth” to carry out at­tacks in south­ern In­dia, in­clud­ing Tamil Nadu, the state where Coim­bat­ore is lo­cated.

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