According to top security officials, Abdulla took 17 people from Kasargod and four from Palakkad in Kerala to ISIS camps in Afghanistan.
In January, the NIA named him a key motivator for the terror outfit in India.
In less than two years, he has risen through the terror ranks and is now thought to be the group's recruiter-in-chief for India based out of Afghanistan.
And now an India Today investigation has cracked open tightly-guarded tools of communications Abdulla has apparently been using to lure young men back home into ISIS fold.
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But the India handler continues to send audio clips back to Kerala via the highly-secure telegram messaging app in order to fill his rosters with insurgents from India, the investigation found.
Audio signals accessed exclusively by the network shed new light on the Islamist outfit's India module recruiting new insurgents, mostly from Kerala.
Abdulla's messages in Malayalam allegedly aim to radicalise youth in the name of Islam and a ballyhooed promised Caliphate. Therefore, it is obligatory to give bayat (oath of allegiance) to him,' he is heard saying in Malayalam in one of the transmissions from his Afghan hideout to Kerala.
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His recruits, security officials say, included professionals doctors, engineers and management experts.