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Abdul was arrested from Suti police station area in Jangipur of West Bengal’s Murshidabad district bordering Bangladesh.
Main leader of the Dhuliyan module and would actively supply logistics and support, shelter to top leaders like Salahuddin Salehin. Karim was considered the second top most leader in JMB in India after their organisation’s chief Salehin
The accused Abdul Karim or Boro Karim was wanted in connection with a warrant issued way back on November 29, 2017. Karim, who is linked to the 2018 blasts in Bodh Gaya, is one of the three most wanted JMB terrorists in India.
“Top JMB commander Abdul Karim alias Boro Karim, wanted in a W/A issued in c/w STF PS case no. 8/2017 dated 29.11.2017, has been arrested this morning from Suti PS, Jangipur in Murshidabad district with the assistance of local police. He will be produced before the court today and we will seek PC,” Kolkata Police STF’s senior official told media.
“The Kolkata Police STF will seek police custody of the JMB commander. With this arrest the number of top three wanted JMB terrorist in India is now reduced to two.”
#BREAKING : In a massive victory for our security forces, a top 0perative/Terr0rist of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) was arrested by Kolkata Police’s STF & agencies from West Bengal’s Murshidabad district on Friday
Karim is a Big logistic handler for Ter0r modules
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Karim was the main leader of the Dhuliyan module and would actively supply logistics and support, shelter to top leaders like Salahuddin Salehin. Karim was considered the second top most leader in JMB in India after their organisation’s chief Salehin.
Chhoto Abdul Karim was arrested earlier by the NIA in 2008. ■