Bangalore madrasa teacher arrested for alleged links with al Qaeda

Delhi Police has arrested a madrasa teacher from Bangalore for suspected links with al Qaeda, police said on Thursday.

The accused, identified as Maulana Anzar Shah, was arrested on Wednesday from Bangalore by a team of Delhi Police’s Special Cell and was Thursday produced before a court in New Delhi, which sent him to police custody till January 20, said a senior police officer.

Shah is suspected to have links with the al-Qaeda module in the Indian sub-continent and allegedly met members of the module, unearthed by Delhi Police around a month ago, said the officer.

“Investigation is underway. Further details will emerge during Shah’s interrogation,” the officer said.



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