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News Entry# 287172
Nov 30 2016 (07:13)  Arrested terror suspect brought to Bengaluru (www.thehindu.com)
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Public installations, including the Bengaluru City Railway Station and courts, were allegedly potential targets of the Base Movement module (suspected terror group inspired by the al-Qaeda) that was cracked in Madurai on Sunday night. With the arrest of five terror suspects on Monday and Tuesday, investigators claimed that they have thwarted possible terror attacks. The investigators suspected that the five persons were involved in the low intensity blast that took place in the toilet of the Mysuru Court Complex premises on August 1.
According to sources associated with the investigation, the module was planning an attack in Bengaluru on or before December 6. Incidentally, one of the five arrested, Samsum Karim Raja, is suspected to be the aide of Abu Backer Siddique
from Nagore, an accused in the Malleswaram blasts, who is still on the run.
Meanwhile, another accused, Sulaiman alias Dawood Suleiman (23) of Karimsa Pallivasal in Madurai, now residing at Neelangarai in Chennai, was brought to Bengaluru on Tuesday night in connection with the Mysuru Court Complex blast case. He was working with a software company in Chennai.
Sources said that the other accused, Abbas Ali, Samsum Karim Raja, Shamsudeen and Ayub Ali, will be brought to Bengaluru from Madurai on Wednesday.
A police team from Kerala is in Bengaluru for interrogating the suspects. “The Kerala team is here for the Mallapuram and Kollam attacks,” confirmed sources in the Bengaluru police.
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