Lucknow: ATS today detained a suspected militant in Muzaffarnagar district of UP today. This terrorist is from Bangladesh and is affiliated with the terrorist organization ‘Ansarullah Bangla Team’. This organization is inspired by ‘Al Qaeda’. The suspect has got several documents besides fake passports and Aadhaar cards.
UP Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) arrested a suspected militant from Bangladesh’s terrorist organization ‘Ansarullah Bangla Team’ today from Muzaffarnagar district of the state. ATS Inspector General Asim Arun told Emit Post that the squad has arrested a person named Abdullah al Mamun from the Kutsara area of Muzaffarnagar district for his involvement in terrorist activities. In the initial inquiry, it has been found that he is associated with Bangladesh’s banned terrorist organization ‘Ansarullah Bangla Team’.
Ansarullah Bangla team is said to be indigenous inspired by the terrorist organization ‘Al-Qaeda’ formed by the notorious terrorist Osama bin Laden.
Arun said that Abdullah, who lived in Hussanpur village in Momin Shahi district of Bangladesh, had been living in Kutsasera of Muzaffarnagar for nearly a month. Earlier he was living in Ambehata Sheikh area in the Deoband police station area of Saharanpur district. At the same time, he made his passport on the basis of fake documents. Fake beta cards, passports, four pieces and 13 identity cards have been recovered from his possession.
According to Arun, in a preliminary inquiry, Abdullah said that he was helping in the security of India safely in the country by making fake identities of terrorists, especially Bangladeshi terrorists, with the help of a resident of Faizan residing in Deoband. They said that Faizan is being explored. In this case, three other people have also been called for questioning.