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Delhi Police search suspected Al Qaida militant house in city


Jamshedpur, Jan. 20: A two-member Delhi Police (Special branch) team on Wednesday reached Jamshedpur and visited the flat of suspected Al Qaida militant Abdul Sami in Dhatkidih and inquired about him from his father.

The team including Rajbeer Singh and Pramod Chauhan took his father Abdul Sattar along with them and also searched Sami�s Kabir Nagar home in Kapali under Kapali Police Station.

Besides conducting searches, the police team also ascertained information about the family from the neighbours.
The team later said that they had been to Sattar�s house to know about Sami�s family background.

The team was unacquainted about the arrest of another Jamshedpur Youth Kasim who was reportedly arrested in Haryana on Tuesday January 19.

According to sources, the team detained a cleric from Mango for further investigation into the matter.
On the other hand a team of Jharkhand Police will leave for Delhi in a couple of days with a view to interrogate the suspected militant Abdul Sami who left the steel city about a fortnight before his arrest by the Delhi police from Haryana on Monday.

Jharkhand ADG (operations) S. N. Pradhan informed that a team of Jharkhand Police will leave for Delhi soon. The team will interrogate Sami in Delhi.

Sami�s family members have been staying on the second floor of A.K. Residency in Dhatkidih since the past two years. Apparently shocked residents were found discussing about the alleged anti-national acts of Sami.
Sami is the third son among four sons of Sattar.

The remaining sons of Sattar � Rashid, Syeed and Rahman � are in Gulf countries, where they are employed in different companies.

A former Tata Steel employee, Sattar used to stay at the company�s quarter in Sakchi till his retirement in 2011.
Then they shifted to Rajak Colony in Dhatkidih where they lived at a rented house before shifting to A K Residency two years ago.

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