The Popular Front of India (PFI) terrorist’s family members were charged by Kerala police with smuggling a SIM card hidden inside a Quran while the terrorist was being held in the high-security Viyuur Central jail in the Thrissur district. Mohd. Sainudeen, the father of TS Sainudeen, witnessed the incident on October 31. Nasar, Nadira, and Mohd, their son. To greet him, Yaseen arrived.

A SIM card was discovered by the authorities after a thorough search of a Quran that Sainudeen’s family had brought. Sainuddin, a native of Peruvanthanam in Idukki, served as the PFI’s Kottayam district secretary. He and other PFI leaders were detained by National Investigation Agency (NIA) agents in a dawn raid in September.

The Viyyur Police opened an investigation into all three visitors on a complaint from the jail superintendent.

According to reports, Sainudeen may have been using the same SIM card prior to his detention. Police are trying to locate the owner of the SIM card. The NIA has also become aware of the situation in the interim. The incident is the subject of an investigation.

For bringing illegal objects into the jail, a case was filed under the Prisoners Act’s non-bailable sections. The SIM address will be checked and verified before any further action is taken. Cyber Cell has received the SIM card for verification. Given that the situation involves national security, the NIA may file cases under the UAPA. After examining the SIM address, the accused will be put on arrest, according to the police. The day after the move, the police opened an investigation.

Since the event almost a week ago, no one has been taken into custody. Allegations that terrorist prisoners use cell phones inside jails have been fuelled by the occurrence. Security personnel, however, were unable to discover any cell phones within the jail. Mobile phones and chargers were taken earlier during a police raid at the Viyyur Central Prison.

Multiple cell phones were found in the Kannur Central Jail, where several PFI terrorists are being held, last month. Near the restrooms in the jail block, there were some phones without SIM cards concealed. The Kannur town police opened an investigation after receiving a complaint from the superintendent.

Mobile phones were discovered early in October tucked away on a coconut tree close to the sixth block. There are about 40 PFI leaders living in this building. In the central jail of Kannur, there are numerous PFI terrorists who have been charged with hartal violence.

When Abdul Aziz, a resident of Kannur, attempted to smuggle a cell phone into the prison, police detained him. Aziz informed the cops that he had received the order to do so from a prison official. The cops then searched the jail and discovered numerous mobile phones.

Following the discovery of two kilograms of marijuana in the kitchen of the Kannur Central Jail, a jail superintendent was also placed on administrative leave. The officer neglected to report this major security breach to the jail ADGP. At the time, there were claims that police personnel were singled out as the cause of the security breach, which stoked animosity inside the force.

Around one lakh rupees were stolen from the jail’s chapatti counter a year ago. In Kerala, prisoners have operated Freedom Food Factory food counters for many years, selling food that has been produced by inmates. Police have not yet taken the accused into custody in this case.

LeT South India leader Thadiyantavide Nazeer, a Keralite, was allegedly accused of threatening witnesses of the Bengaluru blast from within the jail using mobile phones as recently as 2018, according to a previous article by Hindupost. After a police officer named Dinesh was detained for attempting to smuggle mobile phones and SIM cards to Nazeer, shocking revelations came to light. One of the security guards who frequently escorted Nazeer to the court throughout the hearing was Dinesh.

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