In Uzbekistan, the court sentenced 33-year-old Botir Madaminov, a resident of the Asaka district (Andijan region), who fought for the terrorist organizations Islamic Movement of Turkistan and the Islamic State of Khorasan Velayat, UzA reports.
In 2008-2010, he, together with his father and two brothers, went to work in the Russian Federation. Then he himself left for Serpukhov district of the Moscow Oblast, where he worked at construction sites until the end of 2011 along with Umid, from Andijan, and Abdurakhim, from Fergana. Reportedly, they turned out to be the “Moscow jamaat” members of the religious-extremist movement “Jihadism”.
They agitated B. Madaminov to commit “hijrat” and “jihad”. As a result, Botir became a member of this jamaat.
In 2011, he went to the city of Mir Ali, the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, where he joined the ranks of the international terrorist organization Islamic Movement of Turkistan.
At the militant camp, Botir Madaminov was trained how to use a gun and explosive devices. Afterwards, he participated in the hostilities against the armed forces of Pakistan under the pseudonym “Nosir”.
In the fall of 2013, the Pakistani armed forces launched airstrikes on deployment sites of the ITO Islamic Movement of Turkistan camps, as a result of which in November 2014, terrorist militants were forced to move to Afghanistan.
At the end of 2015, Botir Madaminov joined the ranks of the international terrorist group Islamic State of Khorasan Velayat and was engaged in distributing food products to militants during 2016-2018.
On April 3, 2019, Botir Madaminov was returned to his homeland.
Illegal acts of Madaminov were considered at the court. As a result, he was sentenced to 9 years in prison.