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NIA arrests Dr Sabeel Ahmed Motu in Lashkar terror group recruitment case of 2012.

Lashkar’s anti- India, anti-Hindu module: NIA gets Dr Sabeel Ahmed (alias Dr Motu) in its custody.

Dr Sabeel Ahmed is younger brother of Kafeel Ahmed who was involved in 2007 suicide attack at Glasgow airport.

Pratik Choubey | HENB | New Delhi | Aug 31, 2020:: An Indian doctor, who was deported from the UK in 2007 after his elder brother carried out a suicide attack at Glasgow Airport, was arrested by National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday on arriving in New Delhi after his deportation from Saudi Arabia, where he was detained in connection with an alleged Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) recruitment plot registered in Bengaluru in 2012.

Dr Sabeel Ahmed (alias Dr Motu), 38, was produced in a Delhi court and will be brought to Bengaluru on a transit warrant, an NIA source said.

When he was first linked to the LeT case in 2013, Sabeel had denied any knowledge of the conspiracy.

In 2012, the Bengaluru police had busted a Lashkar recruitment module. The police had said that they had plotted to kill Pratap Simha, BJP MP of the Mysuru-Kodagu constituency. The NIA later took over the case and booked 25 people. 17 were arrested and 14 have been released on bail. The NIA said that Ahmed was actively involved in the recruitment process. His family has however denied all involvement in the case.

The accused, Dr Sabeel Ahmed, who worked at a hospital in Saudi kingdom, is the younger brother of aeronautical engineer Kafeel Ahmed who was involved in the 2007 suicide attack at Glasgow airport in Scotland in the UK. His mission had failed and he died on August 2 after their bombs went off.

Dr Sabeel Ahmed, also known as Dr Motu, who was in London at that time, was arrested by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) upon his arrival in New Delhi from Saudi Arabia where he had moved in 2010 and worked at King Fahad hospital.

He was deported from the kingdom after being detained for his alleged involvement in recruiting people for the LeT. A case was registered in connection with the case in Bengaluru in 2012 against 25 people. He is also an accused in the case.

A non-bailable warrant and a look-out notice were issued against him.

The case was initially lodged by the Bengaluru police which had claimed that it was a plot to attack columnist Prathap Simha, who is now a BJP Lok Sabha member from Karnataka’s Mysuru.

NIA is is also probing Dr Motu’s connection with fanatic Islamic preacher Dr Zakir Naik and the probable funding so far received from any radical sources.

Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) is a know Islamic Terror group engaged in Jihad against India and its majority Hindu people only to transform India as an Islamic state under Sharia.

___Agencies.

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