Kerala, the Southern state in India is now in a state of shock, as 21 missing cases in the state has been found to have alleged ISIS links.

On June 10, 2016, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan confirmed this news and added that religion has nothing to do with terrorism.

Answering the submission raised by the opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala, Pinarayi told that the missing people have left their homes citing various reasons. He added that media reports indicate that these people are now in the IS camps in Syria and Afghanistan.

Out of the missing people, the case of Nimisha alias Fathima is so mysterious.

Nimisha was a BDS fourth year graduate and was undergoing house surgency in a Kasargode College. She fell in love with a person named Isa, and soon they got married.

Before their wedding, she got converted to Islam and was named Fathima.

She used to be in touch with her mother since June 05, 2016. The young girl who is pregnant has reportedly traveled to Sri Lanka, and later to an ISIS power house.

Another person who went missing from Kasargode recently sent a message to his relative stating that he has reached the heaven.

The alleged terrorist also added that he never wish to return India, as the land in which he is living now is following Sharia laws.

Both State and Central Governments have already started investigating this issue.

Yesterday, some Research and Analysis Wing Officers reached Kasargode and have reportedly taken statements from the relatives of the missing people.

O Rajagopal, the one and only BJP MLA in the Kerala Assembly has met Nimisha’s mother, and has offered all helps.

He, in a recent talk with the media told that this is a matter of National security, and should be dealt in a very serious manner.