After the demise of his father, Delhi police convey a terrorist suspect to Sambhal to meet with his family.

Mohammad Asif, 46, a suspected Al-Qaeda operative apprehended by Delhi Police in 2015, was brought to his home in Sambhal district on Friday to meet his family following the death of his father on Thursday morning. Asif, who is suspected of being the head of training and recruitment for Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) and accused of attempting to resurrect the terrorist organization, is currently incarcerated in Tihar. The suspected terrorist operative was transported in a police vehicle to his residence in the Deepa Sarai neighborhood under intense commando security. As he entered his home, he concealed his face with a shawl as the police waited outside. Chakresh Mishra, superintendent of police in Sambhal, stated, aThe alleged terrorist operative was returned to his hometown on Friday morning after receiving permission from the court; his father had died on Thursday. He was permitted to meet with his family under strict security. The local police, who had been notified of the visit, remained in the vicinity. The squad departed in the evening.a Asif was apprehended by Delhi Police in December 2015 from the Seelampur neighborhood in north-east Delhi, while Zafar Masood was captured by the ATS from the Sambhal-Moradabad road. Asif, a class V graduate, allegedly attempted to join the terrorist organization Harkat-Ul-Mujahideen in 2009. Senior AQIS member Maulana Asim Umar’s writings and publications had a profound effect on him. In 2012, Asif allegedly used social media to communicate with an AQIS agent working for Maulana Asim Umar. The latter allegedly encouraged him to enroll in a training center for terrorists in Pakistan. The operative allegedly also requested that Asif organize funds for two other men recruited by the terrorist organization to travel to Afghanistan. In 2013, Asif and two other individuals entered Pakistan and traveled to north Waziristan. According to sources, he then encountered Maulana Asim Umar, who had been designated commander of AQIS by Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri. According to sources, Asif had undertaken rigorous training in Waziristan in preparation for leading AQISas India operations upon his return.

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