NIA heats up probe against Zakir Naik, claims all actions including ban on online activites been taken

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New Delhi | November 21, 2016 5:39 PM

The National Investigating Agency (NIA) had, today, claimed that they had taken all rquired actions against the Inslamic preacher, including the ban of online activities.

The schools in the country were allegedly being operated in line with Naik's ideology by adding "Peace" to their names, bdnews24 reported. (Reuters) (PTI)The schools in the country were allegedly being operated in line with Naik’s ideology by adding “Peace” to their names, bdnews24 reported. (Reuters)

Over investigation on Dr Zakir Naik and his NGOs, alleging him of insticating people to terrorism through his Islamic preaching, the National Investigating Agency (NIA) had, today, claimed that they had taken all rquired actions against the Islamic preacher, including the ban of online activities.

Earlier in the day, the investigating agency had planned to summon Zakir Naik and had also said that they will attempt to get a red corner notice, issued against the preacher if he denies to address the NIA orders. Since Naik is assumingly based in Saudi Arabia, following the issue of the red corner notice, Saudi Arabia authorities, will have to hand him over to India.

According to sources, officials will issue a non-bailable warrant against the preacher and also asked foa red corner notice against the researcher.

The investigation agency had put a ban on Zakir Naiks NGOs, including the Islamic Research. Following information, NIA had also raided different NOG’s and organisation , including Harmony Media Pvt, which makes content for the Peace Tv.

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