CID Arrests Alleged Terrorist in Kuwait
Hyderabad, Oct 11 (INN): The Crime Investigation Department of State Police arrested an alleged terrorist who fled to Kuwait after jumping bail in 2006.
According to Additional DGP (CID) T Krishna Prasad, the accused Mohammad Aijaz Ahmed of Bodhan was alleged involved in a contract murder case which he did to raise funds for a terror module Indian Muslim Mohammadi Mujahideen, formed by late Azam Ghori.
In order to raise funds for the terror module, he allegedly conspired and murdered one K Laxminarayana at the instance of Galla Radhika and her husband G Sambasiva Rao of Vijayawada as a contract killer. The money was then used to buy IEDs and other logistic support. The same money was used to carry out blasts at Kakatiya Sweet House in Moghalpura; planting of IED at Lamba Theatre; explosation at Venkateshwara Cinema Theatre at Metpally in Karimangar and murder of a jeweler Mahavir Prasad Modi at Begum Bazar.
The CID chief said that Aijaz Ahmed, along with his associate Anil Benhar, played a cardinal role in supporting the terror group IMMM financially. After the encounter of Azam Ghori, all the IMMM activists, including Aijaz Ahmed, were arrested in the year 2000.
After obtaining the bail, Aijaz Ahmed attended the court for some time and later absconded since 2006 and evading his arrest. A non-bailable warrant was also issued against him. A special team under the supervision of CID SP K Venugopala was constituted comprising of Addl SP Pappaiah, Inspector Bhasker and other staff. The team, with the help of INTERPOL, arrested Aijaz Ahmed at Kuwait and brought him to Hyderabad. He was produced before a court and now he is lodged in Central Prison Charlapally. (INN)