The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has alleged that its leader, Ibraheem El-Zakzaky is being caged and not allowed any freedom in India.
The Islamic group in a statement issued on Wednesday said that since El-Zakzaky and his wife arrived the Medenta Hospital in New Delhi on Monday, they have been treated like criminals.
The allegations were made in the statement by Chairman of the Free El-Zakzaky Committee, Abubakar Abdurahman, who also stated that the IMN leader may be brought back to Nigeria over the poor treatment to he and his wife.
In the statement, Abdulrahman said, “We are already holding discussions about the plan. We may bring him back to Nigeria if the condition in the hospital did not improve.
“Since he arrived at the hospital, they have caged him like a criminal. Security was heightened and this was instigated by America, India and Israeli governments.”
When asked if he had evidence of the governments’ involvement, Abdulrahman said he would provide it “at the appropriate time.”
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