Indian authorities arrest two Al Qaeda-linked 'terrorists'

Officials alleged that Raja-ul Ahmed is originally a member of Ansarullah Bangla Team, an Al Qaeda inspired Islamic extremist group in Bangladesh

Officials alleged that Raja-ul Ahmed is originally a member of Ansarullah Bangla Team, an Al Qaeda inspired Islamic extremist group in Bangladesh

He was wanted in several cases by the Special Cell of the Delhi police. The group owes allegiance to Al Qaeda.

Syed Mohammed Zishan Ali, was arrested from the Delhi airport after being brought back from Saudi Arabia, media reported.

According to the Newspaper, Kafeel had moved from Bengaluru to Saudi Arabia in 2010-11.The two brothers were on the central intelligence agencies radar ever since their names surfaced during the interrogation of some members of the Indian sub-continent module of Al Qaeda (AQIS), including Cuttack-based cleric Abdul Rehman.

A suspected Al-Qaeda linked terrorist was arrested from Delhi while he was trying to flee to Nepal, according to a report in NDTV.

A senior police official said that the arrested terrorist has been identified as one Raza Ul Ahmed. Zishan, a resident of Jamshedpur in Jharkhand has several family members who are allegedly connected with terror based outfits.His wife is the sister of Dr. Sabeel Ahmed who gained notoriety after his cousin, Kafeel Ahmed was found be to the mastermind behind the Glasgow worldwide airport attack way back in 2007. "During interrogation, Abdullah revealed that a number of youngsters from Bangladesh, on the pretext of pursuing studies, come to India illegally through Tripura, Assam and West Bengal". ABT is an Al Qaeda inspired Islamic extremist group in Bangladesh. Indian police have claimed that many members of the terror outfit have sneaked into India using forged documents.

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