Kerala widows who Joined ISIS now Wish to Return India: Centre to Decide
| Tuesday | 15th June, 2021
Now it is the hands of Centre on the four women terrorist lodged in Afghanistan Jail.
The Center had initially decided not to let the return of Four Kerala women who Joined ISIS, CM Pinarayi Vijayan has jumped up in the controversy referring to the terrorists whose widows are lodged in Afghanistan Jail as "Fighters".
The parents of the women terrorist continuously urging the Chief Minister for letting them back, But it is the Center to decide on getting the four lodged in Kabul Jail.
“The Kerala government has no role in bringing back four widows of Islamic State fighters from the state languishing in a jail in Afghanistan, and it was an issue to be decided by the Centre,” said Chief Minister Vijayan.
The women are identified as – Sonia Sebastian alias Ayisha, Merrin Jacob alias Mariyam, Nimisha alias Fathima Isa and Raffaela, who had accompanied their husbands to join the Islamic State in Khorasan Province (ISKP) in 2018. However, their husbands, ISIS terrorists, were killed in different attacks in Afghanistan.
The mother of the ISIS terrorist wished to meet PM Modi and submit a memorandum seeking her daughter’s repatriation to India. Bindu emphasised that she would follow the legal route to bring Nimisha Fathima back.
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