In big breakthrough, police arrest al-Qaeda linked terrorist in Delhi

Fake currency racket Suspected Ansar Bangla terrorist Raza-ul Ahmed arrested

Fake currency racket Suspected Ansar Bangla terrorist Raza-ul Ahmed arrested

An Al-Qaeda linked terrorist Raza Ul Ahmed was arrested from Delhi this morning. He is a member of Ansar Bangla - Bangladesh based terror outfit - which has an affiliation with al-Qaeda.

However, the Delhi Police have handed over Ahmad to the West Bengal Police which had filed a case against him.

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. Al Qaeda is an global terror group that was founded by slain terrorist Osama bin Laden. According to the Hindu, he reportedly married to sister of Sabeel Ahmed - a cousin of Kafeel Ahmed, the 2007 Glasgow worldwide airport attack mastermind.

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.

Ali and his brother Syed Mohammed Arshiyan were allegedly operating from Saudi Arabia. According to the police, many members of the terror outfit have sneaked into India using forged documents.

Police said that Abdullah was involved in preparing fake identities for terrorists, especially from Bangladesh, and used to help them find safe hideouts in India.

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