Court sends suspected al-Qaeda terrorist to jail
By Team Legistify / 2017-08-27

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Zeeshan Ali, an alleged al-Qaeda terrorist deported from Saudi Arabia earlier this month, has been remanded in judicial custody till September 21 in a case of terror funding.

Additional Sessions Judge Sidharth Sharma passed the order yesterday after he was produced before the court by the police following his custodial interrogation.

Twenty-nine-year-old Ali, a native of Jharkhand and a relative of a 2007 Glasgow airport attack suspect, was deported from Saudi Arabia in connection with the case.

He is also accused of conspiring with other al-Qaeda members of organising and making provocative speeches to recruit Indian youths and establishing a base for the terror outfit.

After his deportation on the ground of visa violation, Ali was arrested by the Delhi Police on August 9 at the Indira Gandhi International Airport as there was a look out circular against him.

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