The investigative agency has claimed that detained Kashmiri photojournalist Kamran Yusuf is not a ‘real journalist’ because he did not cover development projects.
“I thank all the people of Assam for standing with me in upholding the democratic values of the country. My fight against the BJP and this fascist government will continue.”
“These reports are being generated and sustained only because Islamophobia is so rampant in Kerala, across parties.”
The Kerala police is competent enough to conduct the investigation, the state government’s affidavit says, and would have sent a report to the Centre if any scheduled offences were discovered.
Kamran Yusuf was held in Kashmir on September 4 for allegedly instigating stone pelting, but has not been formally charged.
NIA officials from Hyderabad have said that they received orders from the headquarters not to appeal Aseemanand’s bail.
The investigation agency under the BJP-led regime seems reluctant to proceed with the cases where the role of Hindu terror networks has come to the fore.