MUMBAI Zakir Naik: The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has now formally clarified that affiliation with the banned Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), headed by Islamic scholar Zakir Naik, is a crime and if any If it is related to the ban, then legal action will be taken against it.
Such individuals may also be prosecuted under the UAPA, so if someone is inadvertently affiliated with the organization or involved in its illegal activities, they should immediately withdraw from it. ۔ Maharashtra ATS chief Vineet Agrawal said that if the agencies get information about the involvement of a person in IRF activities, they have the authority to take action.
He said that the central government has also included ‘IRF’ in the category of banned organization and its ban has been extended. In such a situation, if anyone continues the activities of this organization It will be acted upon. Appealing to the Muslim youth, ATF Chief Agarwal said that if anyone receives arrears from this organization, runs an account affiliated with it or financially supports the head of the organization Zakir Naik and then that too is a crime. Will commit.
Vineet Agarwal said that the ATS action would be taken on the ground that it was affiliated with the organization while the ATS and the agency also have the right to take action under the UAPA Act for involvement in illegal and anti-national activities. Will be.
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