Al-Qaeda terror suspect walks free twelve days after getting bail
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City-based Al-Qaeda suspect Kalimuddin Mujahiri, who was arrested last year for allegedly giving shelter to the banned outfit’s top recruiter in the sub-continent — Abdul Rahman Ali Khan Kataki — at his home, walked out of Ghaghidih Central Jail on Sunday, 12 days after he was granted bail by the Jharkhand high court.
Mujahiri was granted bail by the court of justice Kailash Prasad Deo on several conditions, including depositing two sureties of Rs 25,000 each.
A resident of Azadnagar, Mango, Kalimuddin was arrested by a special team of the Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS-Jharkhand) from Tatanagar railway station on September 22 for allegedly giving shelter to Kataki, alias Haider alias Masood, during his visits to the city.
The 46-year-old, who runs the Jamia Mohamed Bin Abdullah Madrassa in Azadnagar, is also accused of having links with Jamshedpur-based Al-Qaeda Abdul Sami, alias Ujjair alias Hassan.
He was produced in Jamshedpur court, after being charged with Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and other relevant sections of the IPC, following which he has handed a prison term.
His lawyer Dalaichandra Panda said, “Two important preconditions — providing bank details of my client to Bistupur police station and giving an undertaking to police that my client would use only one mobile number for all his future communications — consumed a lot of time.”
Source: India Times