Pak's alleged IM operative held in Bihar

Police said that an alleged Pakistani operative of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen (IM) has been arrested from a village in Bihar's Purnia district. Purnia Superintendent of police Amit Lodha told the reporters that acting on a clue from the Intelliegence Bureau (IB), a special branch team of Delhi police, raided Khatahaat village under Jalalgarh police station yesterday and nabbed the Pakistani IM operative identified as Aftab alias Farooq alias Roshan.
He said that Arif had entered Araria district in Bihar from Nepal a few months ago and visited Purnia district from where he was arrested.
Lodha said that the IM operative was taken away by Delhi police team to Delhi for interrogation but refused to provide details of alleged subversive activities of the operative.
News reported by AR for Newsvision newspaper

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