Indian Mujahideen terrorist, teacher in Nepal, Ariz Khan arrested in Delhi

Indian Mujahideen terrorist, teacher in Nepal, Ariz Khan arrested in Delhi

Apart from his involvement in the serial bombings, Mr Kushwah told NDTV that equally important was that Khan, along with another engineer, Abdul Subhan Qureshi also known as Tauqeer, were trying to revive the Indian Mujahideen.

The expert bomb maker's involved is suspected in 2007 UP blasts, 2008 Jaipur serial blasts and 2008 Ahmedabad blasts. Khan was also associated with Atif Amin, who was killed in the encounter, the police said.

This content is restricted to site members. "165 people died in incidents he was involved in", the police officer added.

"This is a big success", declared Pramod Singh Kushwah, a senior Delhi Police officer who oversaw the operation that led to Khan's arrest.

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Special cell of Delhi police achieved a major breakthrough as they arrested Arij Khan aka Junaid, a most wanted terrorist of the Indian Mujahideen terror outfit. The blasts took place at Paharganj, Barakhamaba Road, Connaught Place, Greater Kailash and Govindpuri areas. Subsequently, two IM terrorists were killed and as many arrested, reported PTI.

He was also wanted in the Batla House encounter in the same year in which Delhi Police Inspector Mohan Chand Sharma was killed.

Arij was involved in the Batla house encounter in September 2008. Meanwhile, Ariz Khan was believed to be the fourth accused managed to escape from the encounter scenario.

He remained in Nepal till 2014 and during this period he came in touch with Riyaz Bhatkal who motivated him to come to Dammam, Saudi Arabia for arranging money to revive the IM in India, he said.

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