Indian police arrest most-wanted terrorist from Nepal border

Indian police arrest most-wanted terrorist from Nepal border

Indian police arrest most-wanted terrorist from Nepal border

He was also wanted by police in Delhi, Gujarat, UP, Rajasthan for serial blasts in 2007-2008.

Kushwala said that Junaid is an expert in manufacturing bombs, conspirator of plans and also an executioner.

DCP of special cell confirmed the arrest of most wanted terrorist Ariz Khan on Wednesday, who was escaped since 2008 from the police after the serial blasts in Delhi.

In the incident, two Indian Mujahideen terrorists were killed.

Junaid, who hails from Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh, had managed to escape from Batla House in south Delhi when the Special Cell sleuths surrounded them in their flat, while Atif Ameen, the head of Azamgarh module of the IM, was killed along with another operative, six days after the Delhi serial blasts in 2008.

The arrested was made by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police.

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Khan belongs to the Uttar Pradesh, Azamgarh.

During the Batla House operation, encounter specialist Mohan Chand Sharma was killed.

Some of Khan's accomplices had links with the Islamic State - the radical Islamist group, the police said.

Later, he came in touch with a Nepali resident Nizam and with his help crossed the Indo-Nepal border from Bihar into the Himalayan country, he said.

Initially, he and his elder brother Shariq Khan stayed with their uncle Dr Fakhre Alam and started studying at the Shibly National Nursery School from where he shifted to another school, the officer said. Talking to Indian Express, the officer said that it was big catch as Junaid had been absconding for over 10 years now. "For a cover, he worked as a labourer and also met with many sympathizers there", Kushwah said. Sarah's original name was Pamma and the 28-year-old was earlier married to a Pakistani and lived in Qatar with him before her marriage fell apart and she returned to Nepal.

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