IM terrorist Yasin Bhatkal arrested from Indo-Nepal border

New Delhi/August 29
Indian Mujahideen’s (IM) terrorist Yasin Bhatkal along with one other accomplice was on Thursday arrested by National Investigating Agency (NIA) from Indo-Nepal border.
As per reports, Bhatkal, the co-founder of IM terror group, was arrested by NIA along with one another terrorist Asadullah Akhtar from India-Nepal border on Thursday on inputs from Delhi and Karnataka police.
Bhatkal is the one of the most wanted terrorists of India on whose head law enforcement agencies has announced Rs 10 lakh bounty for his arrest and he along with his two brothers’ Riaz and Adbul Subhan Qureshi had founded IM terror outfit in 2008.
As per intelligence agencies, Indian Mujahideen is sponsored and patronized by Pakistan based Lashkar-e-Toiba and Bhatkal was believed to be mastermind of all blasts that were carried out by IM in India, including 2010’s German Bakery blast.
Bhatkal, a resident of Karnataka, was a key operator of the terror outfit and was the only founder member of the IM who was still active in India.