Suspected terrorist nabbed, police say plans to revive IM nipped in bud

Suspected terrorist nabbed, police say plans to revive IM nipped in bud

Suspected terrorist nabbed, police say plans to revive IM nipped in bud

Officials said that Aariz Khan, alias Junaid, a member of home-grown terror outfit Indian Mujahideen, was nabbed by a special team of Delhi Police from the India-Nepal border.

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Apart from his involvement in the serial bombings, Mr Kushwah told NDTV that equally important was that Khan, along with another engineer, Abdul Subhan Qureshi also known as Tauqeer, were trying to revive the Indian Mujahideen. Junaid is also believed to be involved in several other incidents including the 2008 blasts in Jaipur (May 13), Ahmedabad (July 26) and Delhi (September 13). Subsequently, two IM terrorists were killed and as many arrested, reported PTI.

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During the Batla House operation, encounter specialist Mohan Chand Sharma was killed. Police said Khan was arrested from Uttarakhand's Banbasa where he had gone to meet an associate. He was staying in Nepal after he fled the Batla House encounter site in Delhi and reached Nepal a month later. The accused has been identified as a native of Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh. He is an expert in making and executing bombs and was involved in serial bomb blasts in Delhi. The Batla House encounter took place six days after the serial blasts in Delhi's Pahargang, Barakhamaba Raod, Cannuaght Place, Grater Kailash and Govindpuri in which 30 people died while 100 injured. "He was absconding since a decade and a reward of Rs 15 lakh had been announced for his arrest", Kushwah said.

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Some of Khan's accomplices had links with the Islamic State - the radical Islamist group, the police said. "Then he made contact with Riyaz Bhatkal - an alleged terrorist - who motivated him to come to Dammam, Saudi Arabia to arranging financing to revive IM in India", said Kushwaha.

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