NIA team visits former MLA’s house

Part of probe into alleged links with youths who are associated with terrorist organisations

August 04, 2021 10:34 am | Updated 10:45 am IST - MANGALURU

The NIA team reached the house of former MLA B.M. Idinabba at Mastikatte in Ullal in the morning on August 4, 2021.

The NIA team reached the house of former MLA B.M. Idinabba at Mastikatte in Ullal in the morning on August 4, 2021.

 

A team of officials from National Investigation Agency (NIA), led by an officer of the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police, visited the house of former MLA B.M. Idinabba in Ullal on August 4.

The visit was stated to be in connection with the investigation into alleged links of some of Idinabba's family members with youths from Jammu and Kashmir who are associated with terrorist organisations. The family members are said to have subscribed Youtube channels related to ISIS.

The 25-member team reached the house of Mr. Idinabba at Mastikatta in the morning. Mr. Idinabba passed away in April 2009. His son B.M. Basha, a realtor, stays in the house along with his family. Mr. Basha's two sons stay abroad.

The house of B.M. Idinabba, who passed away in 2009, at Mastikatte in Ullal near Mangaluru. The former MLA’s son now lives in the house with his family.

B.M. Idinabba passed away in 2009. The former MLA’s son now lives in the house with his family.

 

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