Suspected ISIS terrorist arrested in Delhi, 2 more nabbed in raids

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A suspected Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist and two other terror suspects were arrested by the Delhi Police on Monday. The ISIS terrorist, Mohammad Shahnawaz alias Shafi Ujjama, was on the most wanted list of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and had a bounty of Rs 3 lakh on his head.The arrests were made after an ISIS module in Delhi was revealed in a tip-off. The module was planning to carry out terror attacks in north India, including Delhi, based on instructions from foreign-based handlers.

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