Gujarat ATS has arrested four fugitive terrorists from the 1993 Mumbai bombings, trying to flee abroad.

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The anti-terror squad arrested four fugitive terrorists in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case. The anti-terror squad has arrested four fugitives close to the notorious mafia don Dawood Ibrahim and accused in the Mumbai blasts. Among them are Abu Bakr, Yusuf Bhatka, Shoaib Baba, Syed Qureshi. ATS is investigating his arrival in Ahmedabad and the people he met here. The ATS has informed the Mumbai police about the arrest of four terrorists and will conduct court proceedings in the custody of the Mumbai police in connection with the bomb blast case.

His involvement in the terrorist attack in Jaipur has also come to light, with the National Investigation Agency (NIA) investigating the matter. Ahmedabad’s anti-terrorism squad has nabbed the terrorists. Earlier, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) raided dozens of places in Mumbai.

Additional Director General of Police, Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) said four terrorists were arrested from Sardar Nagar area near Ahmedabad airport. However, the investigating agency forged their passports. The four terrorists were trying to flee abroad with fake passports. Four people fled the country after the Mumbai blasts, but their return to Gujarat has caught the eye of investigators.

The four terrorists also worked as a smuggler in Mumbai. At his request, Dawood Ibrahim was also assisted in the 1993 bombing case. In Mumbai, Arjun used to make threats in the name of gangs. The various gangs involved in the bombing were trained abroad. At Dawood’s request, the four were sent to Pakistan for training.

Three of them fled India in 1995 after the bombings.

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