Chief of Indian Mujahideen arrest by Delhi police

NEW DELHI: Indian police arrested Tuesday the professed head of the militant group Indian Mujahideen, held responsible for a string of deadly attacks, including one at a rally in October by election pacesetter Narendra Modi, reports stated.

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New Delhi police arrested Tehseen Akhtar, 23, alias Monu, one of India’s most wanted men, just days after the homegrown militant group’s bomb maker was also captured into custody. Western state of Rajasthan where rehman across with three aides the four arrests helped avert a major strike on Indian soil henceforth of the election.

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