Youth allegedly flees to Abu Dhabi to convert to Islam, radicalised after chatting with Muslim woman: Reports

The police and the Anti-Terrorism Squad are trying to find out if Parihar's visit to Abu Dhabi was pre-planned, or if it was sponsored by someone.

In a case of suspected radicalisation, a youth from Mulund, Mumbai has mysteriously disappeared as reported by DNA.

The youth named Jagdish Parihar, 23, who is suspected to have been radicalised online, has flown to Abu Dhabi as revealed after a probe. According to the police, the youth had left home around 1:30 pm on Tuesday on the pretext on filling a form in Mumbai University for the last year of the B. Com course he was pursuing. He had called up his family on Thursday morning on WhatsApp and told them he was in Delhi for some business and would return home soon. However, he did not return.

According to the information given to the police by the family, Parihar called them stating on Tuesday that he was unhappy with Hinduism and wished to join Islam. He told his family that he did not wish to return home. Sensing something amiss, Parihar’s family approached the police.

- Advertisement - - Article resumes -

The family suspects that Parihar used to chat with a Muslim woman and was indoctrinated online.

As told by a police officer, “he deleted his social media accounts and formatted his computer before leaving. Parihar’s last cellphone location was Mumbai’s international airport. After checking in with immigration authorities, we learnt that he left for Abu Dhabi on a three-month tourist visa”.

The police and the Anti-Terrorism Squad are trying to find out if Parihar’s visit to Abu Dhabi was pre-planned, or if it was sponsored by someone.


Share This Post and Support:
We need your support to survive in the media industry. Please consider paying us for the content we produce:

To know more about these payments, please click here.


Most read articles recently

Pakistan funded Islamic terrorist blows up 300 kgs of IED, actor brings ‘Hindu right wing’ argument to shield Pakistan

Jaaved Jaaferi refuses to hold Pakistan accountable for the attack, instead equates Hindus with Jaish Terrorists.

Dear Gujarat Samachar editor, how do you live with yourself?

Gujarati daily's insensitive headline over Pulwama attack has got readers upset

Delhi’s education minister deletes tweet after being educated about electricity supply to Pakistan by Adani

Sisodia, without apologising or issuing a clarification, chose to quietly delete the tweet after being called out

NDTV suspends Deputy News Editor for celebrating Pulwama terror attack, may take further action

NDTV Deputy News Editor Nidhi Sethi suspended by the channel for her Facebook comment celebrating the Pulwama attack
Days after Pulwama attack, Kamal Haasan toes the Pakistan line

Kamal Haasan demands ‘referendum’ in Kashmir, terms Pakistan Occupied Kashmir as ‘Azad Kashmir’

Days after Pakistan sponsored Pulwama attack, Kamal Haasan has echoed the sentiments of terrorist state Pakistan when he sought a 'referendum' in Jammu and Kashmir

JNU ‘student’ who was accused of stealing funds in Kathua case found spreading rumours about Kashmiri girls trapped in Uttarakhand

CRPF also issued a notice that certain 'miscreants' on social media are spreading rumours and hate on social media
Congress mouthpiece National Herald whitewashes Pulwama terrorist Adil Ahmed Dar

More stories about terrorist and his family than martyrs – what does it tell about the media?

The English language Indian media has focused more on ‘human stories’ about the terrorist than about the Pulwama martyrs.

Pulwama attack: Justice doesn’t give a tiny rat’s furry posterior about the sensibility of elites who go where the money takes them

Pulwama attack victims' mortal remains weren't even cold yet. The candles lit by the nation has not even been blown out by a sorrowful sigh of the nation, that the vultures started circling the remains

Pulwama attack: Foreseeing strong and fast reaction from India, Pakistan relocates its terrorists nearer to Pak army camps

As per the report, Pakistan has not even vacated the winter posts along the LoC which it usually does.

Man whose number was made public by Barkha Dutt for stalking, claims he is getting threatening calls, says didn’t abuse Barkha

In her tweet, Barkha demanded the Home Minister of the country, Rajnath Singh, himself intervene in the matter which is routinely dealt with by local Police.

Latest articles

Connect with us

137,223FansLike
110,030FollowersFollow
23,029SubscribersSubscribe

Don't miss these