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Indian Youth who joined IS, in NIA Custody

New Delhi, Nov 28: One of the four Indians, who had reportedly joined the Islamic State terrorist group, has returned to the country and is currently said to be in the custody of the National Investigating Agency (NIA).

Arif Majeed hails from Kalyan near Mumbai. He had reportedly joined the ISIS to fight for Jihadists. The NIA is interrogating him to find more information related to the ISIS activities in India and about 40 Indians who were held captive by the terrorist outfit in Iraq.

According to Zee News, Union Home Ministry had said on Wednesday that the families of four Indians who were members of IS, sought the government assistance to bring back their sons.

The government had information about three youths who wanted to come back from Iraq.

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