Highlights:

  • Pakistani national suspected to be a terrorist sponsored by Pakistan’s spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence has been detained in Delhi
  • The suspected terrorist was tracked to Laxmi Nagar and detained
  • Special cell sleuths were questioning Ashraf to ascertain his purpose of visiting India

On Tuesday, a Pakistani national suspected to be a terrorist sponsored by Pakistan’s spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence has been detained in Delhi, as informed by police. Officials further added that firearms and ammunition, along with an AK-47 assault rifle, have been recovered from the suspect and he has been booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Explosives Act, and Arms Act.

Deputy Police commissioner (special cell) Pramod Singh Kushwah stated that the arrested foreigner Mohammad Ashraf alias Ali was living an Indian national in Delhi as an Indian national named Ali Ahmed Noori. He continued that his team recently received inputs about the Pakistani national, who lived in Delhi impersonating an Indian citizen. The suspected terrorist was tracked to Laxmi Nagar and detained.

The Deputy Police Commission voiced, “The suspect obtained Indian identity cards through forged documents. His interrogation led to a recovery of an AK-47 rifle and several other arms and ammunition.” He is not associated with any terror outfit, he added.

Reportedly, special cell sleuths were questioning Ashraf to ascertain his purpose of visiting India, adopting the Indian identity and why he was possessing sophisticated arms and ammunition. They were also in an attempt to identify the source through which he procured the weapons. Furthermore, the investigation into the case continues.

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