Delhi police has arrested a 32-year-old Al Qaeda suspect from Mewat in Haryana. This is the fifth arrest in Delhi police’s ongoing operation against the terror outfit.
Special Commissioner of Police, Special Cell, Arvind Deep said the suspect Abdul Sami was brought to New Delhi and produced before a court which remanded him in police custody till 1st of next month.
Sami, a native of Jamshedpur in Jharkhand, is alleged to be a key operative of al Qaeda’s module in the Indian sub-continent – AQIS.
On 6th of this month, the Special Cell had arrested Maulana Anzar Shah, a cleric from Bangalore, for alleged links with AQIS. In December, they had arrested three other suspects.