Indian Police Declares A Muslim Al-Qaeda’s Terrorist


Muslims are facing tensions while living in India, sometimes they had to face restrictions over the cow slaughtering as well as Eid holidays were also banned many times to make their happiness hell.


However, the when it comes to talk about the roots of world’s dangerous organization Al-Qaeda in India, Sanaul Haq who thought to have head of this Islamist group’s South Asian wing and has been living in in northern Indian state Uttar Pradesh’s city Sambhal that is situated at distance of more than 150 km to national capital, insider from national intelligence agency told media.

However, Ayman al-Zawahiri, who is the Chief of the organization, elected Maulana Asim Umar, Haq ‘Amir’ for the Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent, previous year.

While the Indian remained successful to collect strong indications belonging Maulana Asim Umar, police officers met suspects Cuttack-based cleric Abdul Rehman and Mohammad Asif, both are said to be residents of Sambhal city, Haq had been given him task to establish ‘AQIS recruitment networks’ in India, reported Delhi Police.

The police launched Bhubaneswar-Cuttack Commissionerate police and a joint team of the Special Cell of Delhi Police and have taken 37-year-old Rehman into their custody from his resident at Paschima Kachha village under Jagatpur police station early hours of Thursday.

Nevertheless, Asif was detained on December 14 in Delhi, while Rehman has two PhDs in Arabic and Islamic Studies from Deoband community’s madrasa, located at Tangi region of Cuttack district.

An insider has also told media that Said Akhtar as operational deputy of Asim Umar Haq, has also been identified as an Indian citizen belonging Sambhal city.

The investigators of the case have been claimed with strong evidences that about five Indian citizens have link to Al-Qaeda’s root in Pakistan.