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10 August 2017, 12:22 | Todd Saunders
Al-Qaeda operative brought to India from Saudi Arabia
Summary: In another operation, a 25-year-old suspected member of al Qaeda was arrested last week by the Delhi Police special cell.
According to reports, Ahmed was involved in a fake currency racket and has been handed over to the West Bengal police which had a case filed against him.
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In a big breakthrough, Indian agencies have arrested an alleged Al Qaeda-linked terrorist from New Delhi on Wednesday. The organization swore its allegiance to al-Qaida and is believed to be involved in a number of attacks on secularist bloggers in Bangladesh.
The Delhi Police told the court in Delhi that the Indians who joined Al-Qaeda were moved by the 1992 Babri mosque demolition and 2002 Godhra riots. He is incidentally married to the sister of Kafeel Ahmed, the engineer from Bengaluru who carried out the Glasgow bombing of 2007. The man, identified as Raza-ul-Ahmed, belongs to the Ansarullah Bangla group and was nabbed while trying to escape to Nepal. Based out of Saudi Arabia, Zishan's brother Syed Mohammed Arshiyan allegedly has links with global terror outfits and his wife is related to the 2007 Glasgow worldwide airport attack mastermind Kafeel Ahmed. Many members of the terror outfit have reportedly sneaked into India using forged documents, said the police official.
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