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Interpol blow to Delhi on Naik

16 Décembre 2017

"However, I would be much more relieved if my own government and Indian agencies give me justice and clear me of all charges".

The Interpol has rejected India's Red Corner Notice against Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik on the grounds that it lacked evidence and was a failure by Indian authorities to follow due process of law, political and religious bias that formed the basis of such a notice, and lack of global interest.

Naik is well known in various countries for his expertise in debating on Islamic issues.

"We suspect the hand of China in rejecting the RCN (red-corner notice) against Naik", a senior security official told The Telegraph on Saturday evening.

In a letter to London-based attorney Peter Binning of Corker Binning law firm, which had earlier written to Secretary General of Interpol, France, seeking for a refusal to issue the red corner notice against Naik, the Interpol has said, "After a thorough examination, the commission found that the data challenged raised questions as to compliance with applicable roles".

The NIA's request for red corner notice against Naik was not accepted by the Interpol as the chargesheet had not been filed when the request was submitted to the Interpol.

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Meanwhile, the NIA has said that it will submit a fresh request to Interpol. Now, India is likely to start extradition process soon.

The Indian government had banned Naik and his organisation Islamic Research Foundation for five years and declaring it an unlawful organisation.

Following the ban, all the operations of IRF were stopped, and all the staff relieved of their duties.

The National Investigation Agency had in November filed a chargesheet against Naik, accusing him of promoting enmity between religious groups through his speeches and inciting youths to take up terror activities.

"Now, NIA will submit a fresh request to Interpol as a charge sheet has already been filed in the concerned NIA court in Mumbai". The charge sheet was filed under the section 10 UA (P) Act and Sections 120B, 153A, 295A, 298 and 505 (2) of Indian Penal Code.

Indian authorities, however, contested Naik's claim and submitted that his organisation, IRF, had been declared as unlawful and during investigation enough evidence had been gathered against Naik.

Interpol blow to Delhi on Naik