A Pakistani national, arrested by the Delhi Police, was today sent to the custody of the Special Cell for 14 days by the Patiala Court. The arrested civilian has been identified as suspected terrorist Mohammad Ashraf Ali. The Special Cell of Delhi Police had arrested Mohammad Ashraf from Ramesh Park in Laxmi Nagar area. According to the report, this person has been trained by the ISI based in Pakistan.
According to the Delhi Police, he was living in Shastri Nagar, Delhi for the last several years as an Indian citizen by making forged documents. His name in these documents was Ali Ahmed Noor. The arrested Pakistani national also had several Indian identity cards and residential proofs.
During interrogation, the landlord, resident of Shastri Nagar, had said, ‘He stayed here for 6 months. My father had made aadhar card for the document. Since his departure, we were not in touch with him… If need be, we will cooperate with the police.’
Parambir Singh did not appear before the police for the fourth time, was summoned for questioning in the extortion case
AK-47 recovered from Pak citizen
According to the Delhi Police, one AK-47 rifle, hand grenade, two pistols and fifty rounds were recovered from Mohammad Ashraf Ali during the search. However, it is still not clear whether he had planned to carry out any terror attack.
The police have informed that the investigation is on and is in the preliminary stage. Till now, Delhi Police has registered a case under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, Explosives Act, Arms Act.
Delhi: Special Cell arrested Pak terrorist, seized AK-47 and hand grenades
Let us inform that this civilian has been arrested a few days after the Indian Army went to nab a terrorist in the Uri area of Jammu and Kashmir. According to the report, the arrested terrorist belonged to the terrorist group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and is a Pakistani national.