The Special Investigation Team of Hyderabad City Police has apprehended one terror suspect who hailed from West Bengal.
In continuation of the investigation in a SIT case where four illegal immigrants of Bangladesh and Myanmar nationals and two local brokers were arrested on August 14 and subsequent arrests of two more wanted accused/illegal immigrants on 21st and 24th August this year. As a part of investigation, a team was deputed to Cherlapally Jail on regular intervals to keep a close vigil on persons coming for meeting the arrested persons during Mulaquaths, in this case as well as in other cases,
As a part of investigation, on Thursday afternoon the team consisting SIT Inspector K. Syamala Rao, assisted by SI M. Kameswaran and constable K. Ramakrishna were deputed to Cherlapally Jail, where they apprehended the wanted accused, Alim Ul Islam Mandal, 28, native of Baltha village in Dakshin Dinajpur District of West Bengal when he came to Charlapally Jail to meet one of the accused by name Mohd Nasir in Mulaquath.
Mohd Nasir and Alim Ul Islam Mandal worked together in a blanket factory at Panipat. In the interrogation report, Nasir (A1) has reportedly stated that he along with Alim Ul Islam Mandal and another person had conspired to construct a madrasa to impart Jehadi Training. Alim Ul Islam therefore came to Hyderabad to meet Nasir for charting out further plans for their unlawful activities. (INN)