ATS clean chit for 5 students

first_imgThe Anti-Terror Squad of Uttar Pradesh gave a clean chit to the five students of Islamic seminaries in Saharanpur and Shamli who were picked up for interrogation after the arrest of an alleged Bangladeshi terrorist Abdullah from Deoband. They were taken away on Sunday morning as their numbers were found in the mobile phone of the suspected terrorist. Of the five, four originally belong to Jammu and Kashmir and one hails from Bhagalpur district of Bihar.The Bangladeshi terror suspect Abdullah-Al-Mamon was arrested from Kutesara village in Muzaffarnagar. Abdullah, who reportedly belongs to the Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT), a terror outfit active in Bangladesh, was brought to Lucknow on Tuesday for interrogation by the ATS. Three of the students were picked up from Deoband and two were taken away from Jamia Madrasa Miftahul Uloom, a seminary in Jalalabad, Shamli district.last_img

first_imgThe Anti-Terror Squad of Uttar Pradesh gave a clean chit to the five students of Islamic seminaries in Saharanpur and Shamli who were picked up for interrogation after the arrest of an alleged Bangladeshi terrorist Abdullah from Deoband. They were taken away on Sunday morning as their numbers were found in the mobile phone of the suspected terrorist. Of the five, four originally belong to Jammu and Kashmir and one hails from Bhagalpur district of Bihar.The Bangladeshi terror suspect Abdullah-Al-Mamon was arrested from Kutesara village in Muzaffarnagar. Abdullah, who reportedly belongs to the Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT), a terror outfit active in Bangladesh, was brought to Lucknow on Tuesday for interrogation by the ATS. Three of the students were picked up from Deoband and two were taken away from Jamia Madrasa Miftahul Uloom, a seminary in Jalalabad, Shamli district.last_img

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