Assam Police grabbed a person named Ajmal Hussain linked with AQIS/ABT who used to give shelter to Bangladeshi terrorists. He was caught by the police on Wednesday, 31st of August 31. He was arrested after a long interrogation. It is alleged that he had given shelter to Bangladeshi terrorists at one of his bases in Guwahati. After his arrest, the number of arrested terrorists of AQIS and ABT has increased 38.

According to ‘media reports’, the SP of Goalpara district of Assam informed that the suspected terrorist will be produced in the court on 1st Septembe. “During interrogation, he confessed to being a member of AQIS/ABT. He had sheltered Bangladeshi nationals in his house, who are already members of Al Qaeda and ABT.

For long time, Al Qaeda Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) and Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) have been showing activity in this area. Even before this, 37 operatives of these terrorist organizations were arrested by the security forces team. The name of the suspected terrorist arrested on Wednesday is being told as Ajmal Hussain.

Assam Police arrested suspected terrorist Ajmal Hussain in Matia police station case number 105/22 U/S 121/121(A)/120(B). At the same time, Section 18/18(B)/19/20 UA of IPC RW was also imposed on it. According to sources, Hussain himself has admitted that he was sheltering Bangladeshi jihadis at his hideout in Guwahati, while he took training from Al Qaeda in Barpeta district of Assam.

It is worth mentioning that earlier on the 29th of August, Assam Police has also arrested two other suspects from Al-Qaeda Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) and Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT) in Barpeta district. Both of them have been identified as Imam Abdus Subhan and Jalaluddin Sheikh of Tilapara Natun Mosque under Mornoi police station area.

At present, Assam Police officials are running a campaign to demolish many big and small madrassas and mosques in the state in the context of terrorist activities. In this sequence, a madrasa named Sheikhul Hind Mahmudul Hasan Jamiul Huda Islamic Academy located in Dhakliyapara of Barpeta district of Assam was demolished by the district administration and police of Barpeta district on Monday.



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