The NIA (National Investigation Agency) had filed a chargesheet in a special court in Kolkata against Tania Parveen of West Bengal in the Lashkar-e-Toiba online recruitment module case under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA). A case has been filed against Tania under EAPA (Enforce and Protect Act) section. According to sources, the next hearing of the case will take place on October 1.

A 750-page document was submitted to the court on behalf of the NIA on Thursday (September 24). A case has been filed against Tania Parveen under sections 13 and 25 of the EAPA (Enforce and Protect Act). On the basis of the document, Tania can be imprisoned for 10 years.

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Incidentally, the NIA launched an investigation against her after she was arrested in March 2020. This time, multiple pieces of information came up in the chargesheet of the Central Intelligence Agency. The militant group has had a long-term relationship with state college student Tania.

Tania started working online on behalf of the Pakistani spy agency ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence). Tania gradually became part of over 70 jihadi groups on social media, which propagated terrorist ideology and advocated a skewed version of the Islamic jihad to radicalize and recruit impressionable Muslim youth. However, Tania is not only connected with Pakistan, but also with Palestine and Syrian jihadi groups.

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After investigation, the Central detectives got to know that Tania was preparing to make a passport to go to Pakistan. Tania wanted to go to Pakistan via Middle East country. Therefore, she wanted to change her name in the passport.

Investigation further revealed that the LeT cadres based in Lahore had introduced Tania to ISI officials, who tasked her with making a fake Facebook profile and befriending members of Indian armed forces to obtain sensitive and strategic information.