Delhi Police releases photographs of the three arrested militants
The special team of Delhi Police will carry out an overnight investigation in Goalpara
All three suspected ISIS cadres were camping in Delhi for a long time to prepare the blueprint for the attack. They returned to Assam a week ago.
Planned terror attck in Delhi after trial in Assam: DCP, Delhi police special cell
Addressing media in Delhi, deputy commissioner of police, Delhi police special cell Pramod Kushwaha said, the three arrested youths, inspired by ISIS, were planning to carry out terror attack at Raas Mahotsav, which is associated with the Raas Leela of Lord Krishna, in Assam. “They were planning to replicate the planned terror attack in Delhi after the trial in Assam.”
“A team of Delhi police was sent to Assam. Based on information provided by us, a joint team of Assam and Delhi police arrested trio and recovered three IED from their possession,” he added.
Kushwaha, while addressing a press conference, said while Jameel worked at an Aadhar enrolment centre, Islam was employed as a driver and Ranjit Ali worked at a trading centre.
Without specifying the particular place, Kushwaha said the Delhi areas that experience heavy footfall were on their target. He added, “A detailed interrogation will reveal further links.”
The three militants have been identified as Ranjit Ali, Islam and Jamal Luith. All are residents of Goalpara district of Assam. They were nabbed with improvised explosive device (IED), baton swords and timer devices.
As per sources, the suspected rebels inspired by ISIS were planning to carry IED blasts at the ongoing Raas Mahotsav in Goalpara, Assam. They were planning to replicate the planned terror attack in Delhi after the trial in Assam.
A team of Delhi police accompanied by Assam Police on Monday arrested 3 suspected ISIS rebels from the state’s Goalpara district
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