The Special Cell of Delhi Police reportedly arrested a suspected sympathiser of the Islamic State group, or ISIS, on Thursday night.
The ISIS suspect has been identified as 26-year-old Mohsin Abrahim, a resident of Malad West in Mumbai, ANI quoted Arvind Deep, the Delhi Police Special Cell's Special Commissioner of Police, as saying. Abrahim will be produced before the court on 5 February.
The police arrested him from one of Delhi's Inter State Bus Terminus and seized Rs 85,000 from him, India Today reports.
Abrahim was reportedly a member of Roorkee module and was planning to travel to Syria. He also reportedly funded a terrorist in Uttarakhand.
In the last one month, Indian security agencies have arrested at least 13 suspected ISIS sympathisers from Bengaluru, Tumkur, Mangalore, Hyderabad, Mumbai and Lucknow as part of anti-terror crackdown across the country.
A suspected ISIS operative was, on Thursday, sent to 15-day custody of the National Investigation Agency for interrogation. Iqbal, who was arrested from Madhya Pradesh, was allegedly planning attacks in India, according to NDTV.
Delhi Police Special Cell arrests ISIS suspect Mohsin Abrahim, a resident of Mumbai, confiscates Rs 85,000 from him: ANI
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He was part of Roorkee module and was planning to go to Syria: Arvind Deep, Special CP (Special Cell Delhi Police) on ISIS suspect arrest
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