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Government set to slap terror case on Zakir Naik, ban his NGO-

Home ministry of India , armed with legal opinion, has decided to book Naik under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) for speeches it has, along with the Maharashtra government, found to be laced with jihad-inspiring content.
Bharti Jain | Aug 27, 2016,
The govt has declared his Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) as an "unlawful" organisation Naik was accused of motivating over 50 people accused in terrorism-related cases

NEW DELHI: The Centre seems set to slap terror charges on Islamic tele-evangelist Zakir Naik+ for motivating over 50 people accused in terrorism-related cases, while declaring his Islamic Research Foundation+ (IRF) as an "unlawful" organisation.Top government of India sources said the two-pronged action plan against Naik, a popular Islamic missionary who has been accused of being the "inspiration" behind the Dhaka restaurant attack in July, has been worked out on the basis of scrutiny of his speeches.

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