Arrested Al-Qaeda terrorist in police remand till February 1

New Delhi, Jan. 18 (ANI): Special Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Arvind Deep on Monday said that Abdul Sami- the arrested Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) terrorist, has been sent to police remand till February 1.

“Abdul Sami has been arrested from Nuh and he was produced in the court. He has been given police remand till February 1. He was in constant touch with Abdur Rehman from 2001,” Deep told the media here.

“He had gone to Dubai in January 2014 for training, then he went to Karachi. After Karachi, he went to Mansehra where he was trained in intensive arms. He returned on January 2015. His further task was for Abdur Rehman, but before that only, they were arrested and their module was destroyed,” he added.

Abdul Sami, who hails from Jharkhand’s Jamshedpur city, was arrested by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police earlier today.

Earlier this year, a suspected member of Al-Qaida was arrested by Delhi Police in Bengaluru.

The Special Cell had in December last year arrested three AQIS operatives Zafar Masood and Abdul Rehman and Mohammad Asif, who is suspected to be the training and recruitment chief of AQIS. (ANI)

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