NIA to submit fresh request for red corner notice against Zakir Naik after Interpol discards plea citing lack of evidence
After Interpol on Saturday refused to issue a red corner notice (RCN) against controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) said it will submit a fresh request for the same.
Having delivered more than 4,000 speeches on Islam across the world, controversial preacher Dr Zakir Abdul Karim Naik had allegedly influenced terrorists in Bangladesh to shoot at several foreigners.
Controversial Islamic tele-evangilist Zakir Naik, who fled India in June last year, has been granted Saudi Arabian citizenship, Middle East Monitor reported.
Abu Azmi has now taken over a school in Mazgaon which had been running under controversial preacher Zakir Naik's banned IRF till now.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Monday issued fresh notice to televangelist Zakir Naik to appear before it in a case where he stands accused of promoting enmity between groups on religious and racial grounds.
In a blow to Islamic tele-evangelist Zakir Naik, the Delhi High Court on Thursday dismissed Islamic Research Foundation's plea challenging the Centre's decision to ban it.
The Enforcement Directorate has issued a fresh summons to Zakir Naik as part of its probe against the controversial preacher and his Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) under anti-money laundering laws.
Rajnath also said that genuine NGOs are free to carry out development works but warned that those organisations which allegedly indulge in anti-national activities will not be spared.
Zakir Naik slams govt in his 'letter to India', says ban on Islamic Research Foundation was a set up
In "the second letter to India", Naik said that IRF and himself were "set up for a ban."
The NIA on Wednesday asked three banks to freeze 25 accounts of controversial preacher Zakir Naik, his family members and IRF, which has been banned under anti-terror law.
The NIA had earlier registered an offence against IRF founder-president and controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik and his associates for "promoting" enmity and hatred between religious groups through his public speeches and lectures on various platforms.
Banning Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) will not undo the messages he has preached to youth all these years, there is a need to keep a continuous vigil
Just after the National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided multiple locations linked to controversial preacher and televangelist Zakir Naik's Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), authorities now have also blocked Naik's websites which were used for publishing controversial speeches and statements
The government on Tuesday decided to declare an NGO promoted by controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik as an outlawed organisation under the anti-terror law for five years for its alleged terror activities.
Islamic Research Foundation, promoted by controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, will soon be banned from receiving foreign funds with the Home Ministry initiating the process for cancellation of its FCRA registration by issuing a final show cause notice to the NGO.
In a scathing attack on controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, the Shiv Sena on Monday alleged that his objective was to "spread hatred" among the people and "destabilise" the country by following a "policy of terrorism and conversion to make India an Islamic state".
The ‘Open Letter’ of Zakir Naik to the Indian Muslims as well as the government has reopened opinions on the controversial Salafi Islamist preacher.
In his 'Open Letter to Indians', released Saturday morning, radical Islamic preacher Zakir Naik positions himself as the ‘biggest name and most popular figure of the (Indian Muslim) community’ and portrays the government action against him as an attack on the community.
Two of controversial preacher Zakir Naik's aides — Arshi Qureshi and Rizwan Khan — have been booked by the Mumbai police for forceful conversion and radicalisation
Investigators have identified several cases where Zakir Naik’s speeches have allegedly inspired terrorist groups including the LeT and Indian Mujahideen.