The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) on Sunday arrested a suspected Bangladeshi terrorist, Abdullah, from Kutesara of Muzaffarnagar district in Uttar Pradesh. Abdullah is associated with group Ansarullah Bangla Team.
The UP ATS informed that he was living since 2011 in the country and had a fake passport and Aadhaar Card. The police said that he was living in Kutesra since one month.
In the preliminary investigation, Abdullah told the police that he was living in Deoband with another Bangladeshi man Faizaan where he was arranging fake identity cards for other terrorists so they can live in India with valid proofs.
UP ATS arrests a Bangladeshi terrorist from Muzaffarnagar, associated with group Ansarullah Bangla Team; was arranging fake IDs for others.— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) August 6, 2017
The UP ATS is looking for Faizaan in the matter. Meanwhile, the UP ATS arrested two suspected terrorists from Shamli. Acting on Abdullah's information, the police raided Jalalabad area from where the suspected terrorists were nabbed.
UP ADG (Law & Order) said the police officials found incriminating documents, articles and stamps for making fake Identity cards. He said Abdullah was using fake identity card for himself too.
Photo of Bangladeshi terrorist arrested by UP ATS from Muzaffarnagar; he is associated with a group Ansarullah Bangla Team. pic.twitter.com/EETYh7v5mn— ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) August 6, 2017