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10 August 2017, 12:21 | Melissa Porter
The group owes allegiance to Al Qaeda.
According to a report in DNA, Ahmed was involved in a fake currency racket in India and was being pursued by West Bengal Police for a long time. Officials alleged that Ahmed is originally a member of Ansarullah Bangla Team (ABT), an al Qaeda inspired Islamic extremist group in Bangladesh.
Indian authorities have arrested two alleged al Qaeda linked militants in Delhi in different joint operations of central agencies, Indian media reported.
On August 6, the Uttar Pradesh Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) has arrested a Bangladeshi national identified as Abdullah-Al-Mamon from the Kutesara village of Muzaffarnagar district for allegedly carrying out terror activities. He is incidentally married to the sister of Kafeel Ahmed, the engineer from Bengaluru who carried out the Glasgow bombing of 2007. The arrest was made on Thursday morning and Raza was handed over to the West Bengal police, which had filed a case against him.
Financial Express cited police sources as saying that Ansar Bangla is becoming more active in India and many of its operatives have snuck into the country using forged documents.
It may be mentioned here that Ansar Bangla is said to be involved in the hacking of atheists in Bangladesh.
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