Although, the agency officials are tight-lipped about the country where he came under the scanner of law enforcement agencies, sources pointed out that he was moved to a third country from where his deportation has been planned.

The craze to fight for Islamic State seems to be on the wane among Indian youths who in their zest to serve the terror organisation headed for Iraq and Syria taking enormous risk. The latest example is of a youth from Tamil Nadu. Suspected to have been in touch with IS recruiters and propagandists, he is set to be deported back to India on Friday, said sources in central intelligence agencies.Although, the agency officials are tight-lipped about the country where he came under the scanner of law enforcement agencies, sources pointed out that he was moved to a third country from where his deportation has been planned.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”This is good news for us as it shows that the youth are getting disenchanted and disillusioned from the ISIS after seeing its actual character from close quarters. They are also feeling the pain of extreme racism at the hands of their Arab handlers that goes totally against the egalitarian approach of Islam. We hope to see more such desertions,” said sources.Law enforcement agencies in India are not registering case against youths, who have been deported from abroad on charges of radicalisation. Instead, they are put under 24X7 surveillance and counselled by officials if they are not highly radicalised and could be de-radicalised and brought back into the mainstream society. But, before that any suspected radicalised youth is questioned at length to ascertain about the level of involvement with the IS recruiters and propagandists.So far 23 Indian youths have joined IS of which six have reportedly been killed in IS territory. They include Athif Vaseem Mohammad, 25, resident of Adilabad, Telangana, Mohammad Umar Subhan and Faiz Masood, 28, of Bangalore, Saheem Farooque Tanki from Kalyan (Thane) in Maharashtra and two Indian Mujahideen (IM) terrorists Maulana Abdul Qadir Sultan Armar, 29, from Bhatkal in Karnataka and Mohammad Sajid, 30, from Azamgarh, UP.

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Another Indian youth deserts Islamic State