Delhi Police arrests suspected Al-Qaeda terrorist Syed Mohammad Zishan Ali

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

The special cell of the Delhi Police on Thursday arrested a terrorist allegedly linked to the dreaded terror group al-Qaeda.

The suspect was transferred to West Bengal police which opened probe against him, the broadcaster added.

In a major breakthrough for the Intelligence agencies, suspected Al Qaeda in Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) fugitive, Syed Mohammed Zishan Ali was brought back from Saudi Arabia. The group owes allegiance to Al Qaeda.

The arrest follows a long hunt for this man by the Delhi Police and the West Bengal Police for his alleged involvement in a fake currency racket. He is incidentally married to the sister of Kafeel Ahmed, the engineer from Bengaluru who carried out the Glasgow bombing of 2007.

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According to the NDTV broadcaster, detained Raza Ul Ahmed, a member of Bangladeshi terror unit the Ansarullah Bangla Team (Ansar Bangla), is involved in counterfeit money fraud.

Financial Express cited police sources as saying that Ansar Bangla is becoming more active in India and many of its operatives have snuck into the country 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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