NIA moves to revoke Zakir Naik’s passport, probe his money trail

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The National Investigation Agency is set to move to revoke the Indian passport issued to Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) president Dr Zakir Abdul Karim Naik wanted in a criminal case registered last year.

After interrogating Naik's sister and aide, the agency says it is also tracking his web of financial transactions that include at least 10 companies and 19 properties in Mumbai and Pune in which Naik has invested an estimated Rs 104 crore.

The chargesheet in the ISIS case further elaborated that the members of the said group conducted a number of meetings in different parts of the country "to recruit Muslim youths to work for ISIS and to identify places for training and finally commit terrorist strikes at various public places and vital installations in India".

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