Zakir Naik mendakwa NIA membuat 'kenyataan semberono' mengenainya tanpa sebarang bukti atau keterangan walaupun menghabiskan masa bertahun-tahun menyiasatinya.
Riyas Aboobacker akan didakwa di mahkamah di selatan India kerana mengaku mahu melancarkan serangan berani mati di Kerala.
A government director says some of these top officers even had Naik as their WhatsApp profile pictures when Barisan Nasional was in power.
Mahkamah akan mendengar permintaan daripada kerajaan India meminta penceramah kontroversi itu dihantar pulang untuk menghadapi tuduhan pengubahan wang dan terorisme.
A court in KL is to hear the Indian government's request for Islamic preacher to be returned to face charges for money laundering and terrorism, says Times of India.
Under its extradition agreement with India, Malaysia is obligated to confirm Naik's location and arrest him, the Times of India said today.
External Affairs Minister VK Singh says the request will be sent to Malaysia after the application goes through the National Investigation Agency’s special court in Mumbai.
The Diplomat says Malaysia’s willingness to consider extraditing Naik to India shows a shift in its position regarding Naik, and its commitment towards the fight against terrorism.
The lawyer wants any extradition request or arrest warrant to go through him.
Kementerian Luar India berkata ia kini di peringkat akhir proses perundangan bagi tujuan tersebut.
External affairs ministry says an official request will soon be made to the Malaysian government.
Menteri dalam negeri mengesahkan tiada permohonan kerakyatan daripada Zakir.
India's Ministry of External Affairs says government is finalising internal legal process required before making formal request to Putrajaya.
The case was filed in March by a group of Malaysians demanding the deportation of the controversial Islamic preacher.
Penceramah kontroversi itu dituduh mengetuai persatuan haram dan sengaja menghina ajaran agama lain.
The controversial preacher is also charged with heading an unlawful association and deliberately insulting the religious beliefs of others.
India's National Investigation Agency says Zakir Naik is a terror suspect who has radicalised Muslim youth through his inflammatory speeches.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) must submit proof by early September that five properties in India are owned by the preacher.
The Islamic Research Foundation, banned in several countries, is said to have converted Japanese citizens into its fold through monetary inducements and indoctrination.
P Waythamoorthy calls for UN Security Council Counter-Terrorism Committee to advise Malaysia to deny fugitive Islamic preacher safe haven and revoke his PR.
Mutual legal action treaty allows for investigation cooperation, as Mumbai enforcement directorate says they are monitoring Islamic preacher's movements here.