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Sumitra Vijayan | HENB | Madurai | Nov 28, 2016:: In raids in several places in the Madurai city, three suspected Al-Qaeda operatives were on Monday arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in collaboration with Tamil Nadu and Telangana police, based on specific intelligence inputs, police said. Police said the three allegedly planned to attack 22 top leaders of the country including Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is believed that the arrested Muslim men were allegedly involved in threatening embassies of various countries in India and they all belong to Al-Qaeda.
Police said, they were running ‘The Base Movement’ of the terror outfit in Tamil Nadu. The agencies have also detained a fourth suspect who is yet to be formally arrested.
The three arrested include Abbas Ali, 27, resident of 11/23, second floor, 4th street, Ismailpuram, Munichalai Road, Madurai. He is VIII standard dropout and worked as a painter. He also runs a library in the name of Darul Ilm at Madurai.
The second arrested youth is Suleiman, 23, presently residing at Chennai. He originally hails from Karimsa Pallivasal, Madurai. He works in a software firm and believed as the mastermind of the terror gang linked with Al-Qaeda operations in Tamil Nadu.
The third arrested person is Samsun Karim Raja, 33 is a resident of Viswanatha Nagar, K. Pudur, Madurai. He is a B. Com graduate and runs a chicken broiler shop at Kannimara Koil street in Madurai.
The fourth one apprehended is Mohammad Ayub Ali, 25 and is a resident of Island Nagar, Madurai. He is a Public Liaison Officer for a hearing aid company.
The arrested trio and the apprehended fourth suspect are being questioned jointly by the sleuths of Intelligence Bureau and NIA. They will be taken to Bengaluru for further investigation, a senior NIA official said here.
“In the last 24 hours, in a joint operation with Tamil Nadu police and Telangana police, the investigators of NIA have apprehended four youths for their involvement in the blasts at various court complexes. During sustained examination, they have confessed their involvement in these blasts,” the NIA said in a statement.
Searches yielded certain digital devices like mobile phones and hard discs from their possession, the NIA said.
The three arrested accused will be produced before local courts in Chennai and Madurai for seeking transit remand for taking them to NIA Special Court at Bengaluru. The NIA case relating to Mysuru blast case has been registered, the NIA statement added.
The arrests are also linked with the five cases relate to blasts inside a vehicle at a parking space at the district court complex, in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh, on April 7; in the parking area of the CJM Court complex at Kollam in Kerala on June 15; inside the court complex at Mysuru on August 1; in Nellore of Andhra Pradesh on September 12; and inside a toilet complex of the judicial court in Kerala’s Malappuram on November 1, all in this year.
NIA were also searching for two other suspected Al-Qaeda operatives, Hakeem and Dawood Sulaiman, they said.
Time and again, various Jihadi outfits including Al Qaeda gave threat to kill all Hindus including Indian PM Narendra Modi to make Indian an Islamic State in toto.