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Bengaluru is on high alert following the arrest of Hizbul Mujahideen Terrorist

In a joint operation by Karnataka and Jammu and Kashmir police, a suspected Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist was apprehended in Bengaluru. Talib Hussain, the accused, was apprehended on June 5, according to authorities.

Hussain had fled Jammu and Kashmir with his wife and children as the army’s search for him increased, and was hiding in Bengaluru. Hussain was said to have taken refuge in a mosque in Srirampura, where he used to preach on Fridays.

When he was caught, he was working as a labourer in the city and possessed an Aadhaar card. Hussain’s history was unknown to his neighbours and the owner of the car.

Hizbul Mujahideen Terrorist
Hizbul Mujahideen Terrorist

In the meantime, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has confirmed Hussain’s detention today in the city. “Yes,” Bommai said when reporters asked if the terrorist had been apprehended. “Police usually keep an eye on folks like them. The Jammu and Kashmir police will receive whatever aid they require.

Similar arrests have occurred in the past in Sirsi and Bhatkal. The police in Jammu and Kashmir are taking this extremely seriously “Bommai clarified.

Talib Hussain, a resident of Kishtwar district in Jammu region, joined Hizbul Mujahideen in 2016, according to a J&K police report quoted by the Karnataka Home Ministry. Security forces have him on their wanted list.

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