A week ago, another city court had issued a NBW against Naik for a situation of illegal tax avoidance enrolled by the Enforcement Directorate against him. The ED legal counselor had said Naik was accepted to be in the United Arab Emirates.
The unique NIA court here on Thursday issued a non-bailable warrant against the questionable Islamic evangelist Zakir Naik, needed by the organization for his affirmed part in a dread case.
The National Investigation Agency had enlisted a body of evidence against Naik under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act a year ago.
Naik, 51, left India a year ago, supposedly to sidestep capture after a few culprits of Dhaka dread assault guaranteed they were propelled by him.
Taking after the Dhaka assault, the NIA had enlisted a body of evidence against him and a few authorities of his association, Islamic Research Foundation, under area 153-An of IPC (advancing hatred between various gatherings on grounds of religion) and the UAPA.
It told the court that Naik didn’t show up before it even after three summonses were issued and it would need to take Interpol’s assistance to take him back to India.
“Issue NBW against Naik,” said Special Judge VV Patil.