Al-Qaeda terrorist arrested by Delhi Police


Summary: In another operation, a 25-year-old suspected member of al Qaeda was arrested last week by the Delhi Police special cell. Al Qaeda is an global terror group that was founded by slain terrorist Osama bin Laden. The warrant was issued after the police filed a chargesheet in the AQIS case. "And then with the help of brokers or agents, they manage to make identification documents", Inspector General of Police, (IGP), UP, ATS, Aseem Arun had said in a statement.

The arrest follows a long hunt for this man by the Delhi Police and the West Bengal Police for his alleged involvement in a fake currency racket. According to Hindustan Times, Ali was wanted by the Indian agencies for more than a year. Ali is married to the sister of Sabeel Ahmed, a cousin of the 2007 Glasgow International Airport (UK) attack mastermind Kafeel Ahmed.

Indian police detained on Thursday a suspected terrorist linked to al-Qaeda (terrorist organization, outlawed in Russia) in the country's capital of New Delhi, local media reported, citing police.

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The suspect, Raza-Ul-Ahmed, is a member of Ansar Bangla, a Bangladesh-based terror outfit affiliated with Al-Qaeda.

Ansar Bangla is said to be involved in the hacking of atheists in Bangladesh.