Islamic State operative arrested in Rajasthan
The anti-terrorist squad of Rajasthan today arrested an alleged Islamic State (IS) operative in Sikar district who was involved in collecting and transferring funds for the terror organisation from Dubai
Jaipur: The anti-terrorist squad of Rajasthan today arrested an alleged Islamic State (IS) operative in Sikar district who was involved in collecting and transferring funds for the terror organisation from Dubai.
"The accused identified as Jamil Ahemad (41) works in Dubai. He is a sympathiser and operative of IS. He had been raising funds from India, Bangladesh and UAE and transferring to the IS for the last two years through hawala," ADG-ATS Umesh Mishra said.
"He was on our radar for some time. He came to India recently and visited his ancestral house in Fatehpur eight days back. He was picked up by us interrogation and was placed under arrest," he told PTI.
Ahemad was in touch with other IS operatives on social media platform. An MBA graduate, Ahemad was working as the Assistant Financial Manager at a reputed firm in Dubai since 2003.
He has a house in Mumbai where his wife and children live, Mishra said.
"Our one team is in Mumbai and conducting searches at his house with the help of Mumbai ATS," he said today.
Mishra said that the accused, who has been arrested under Prevention of Unlawful Activities Act, has revealed his connections in the IS and says that he has no regret.
"He is completely remorseless and supports the organisation. He said that those (terrorists) are fighting for a cause," the officer said, adding, that he is being interrogated.
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