Wanted Indian Mujahideen terrorist, who escaped during Batla House encounter, arrested


Kushwaha said Khan carried a bounty of Rs 15 lakh on his head, adding that the amount may even be higher as many state police departments had also announced a bounty on his head.

Ariz Khan, an alleged Indian Mujahideen operative arrested by the Delhi Police, was married to a Nepali Hindu woman, who later converted to Islam, and had managed to get citizenship of Nepal through fake documents, police said. It is being reported that Junaid was arrested from the Indian-Nepal border.

Khan belongs to the Uttar Pradesh, Azamgarh. He was picked up by the police four days back and taken in for interrogation.

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Khan, wanted in several terror attacks cases, was on the run after his escape during an encounter at a residential building in Delhi, along with some fellow terrorists in 2008.

The expert bomb maker's involved is suspected in 2007 UP blasts, 2008 Jaipur serial blasts and 2008 Ahmedabad blasts.

During the Batla House operation, encounter specialist Mohan Chand Sharma was killed. "He was ideologically much more radicalised than other members of the IM", police said.

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He was living the life of a school teacher there, a senior Delhi Police special cell officer said. In all, the police said, these explosives had killed 165 people and injured 535. When Subhan was arrested, he had told the police that he had come down to India from Nepal to revive the outfit.

A month later they separated and Khan crossed over to Nepal.

Khan was also a co-conspirator in the UP courts blasts matter where "he was enraged after some lawyers thrashed three terrorists of the Jaish-E-Mohammad".

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He remained in Nepal till 2014 and during this period he came in touch with Riyaz Bhatkal who motivated him to come to Dammam, Saudi Arabia for arranging money to revive the IM in India, he said.