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Ecology: Man Linked To Al-qaida’s Humayu Arrested In City | Surat News | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

Surat: The crime branch of city police has nabbed a Bangladeshi national Abu Bakar alias Alim Haq (31) from Vesu area of city. Abu was in touch with Humayu Khan who is wanted by National Investigation Agency (NIA) in an al-Qaida terror probe case. Police have also seized fake Aadhaar card and Bangladeshi I-card from him.Crime branch sources told TOI that Bakar is native of Bangladesh and had lived in Ahmedabad’s Vatva area. He left Ahmedabad four months ago and shifted base to Surat. He was in search of work in Surat. “Using human intelligence, we came to know about his hiding and traced him. He was caught from Vesu area while he was passing through canal road,” sources said.As Bakar was associated with Humayu Khan, a wanted in the terror probe case by National Investigation Agency, we are taking his presence in Surat seriously and are probing if he was here to plot any terror activities, sources further said.The case, in which Humayu is wanted while four others were already arrested, was registered with the ATS Gujarat and it was later shifted to the NIA. It was then revealed that four arrested persons were sending Humayu funds. As Bakar was also in contact with Humayu, cops doubt he would also send fund to him.In the meantime, the police have seized two mobiles, a Bangladeshi birth certificate, a Bangladeshi I-card and fake Indian Aadhaar card from Bakar. The Aadhaar card was made by an Ahmedabad resident named Gautam, the initial probe revealed.
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