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Delhi Police arrests Indian Mujahideen terrorist.

Short by: NISHAN PUTHRAN.

Banned terrorist outfits Indian Mujahideen (IM) and the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) have set up base in Nepal and their operatives are frequently visiting India to launch version 2.0 by reviving their weak and scattered networks, police sources told Mail Today on Wednesday. The revelation came after the arrest of Ariz Khan, a suspected IM terrorist who was allegedly involved in multiple blasts across the country in which at least 165 people died. Khan alias Junaid, who is an expert bomb maker, was also wanted for the 2008 Batla House encounter. He has been arrested by Delhi Police special cell, cops said on Wednesday.

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