An Indian national with suspected ISIS joins, who had been expelled twice from Turkey, was captured from the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, the police said on Wednesday.
An agent who had arranged his fake reports had additionally been captured, the police included.
Shahjahan Velluva Kandy (32), from Kannur in Kerala, was captured by the Special Cell of the Delhi Police after it got information from Turkey’s police about his expulsion, said Pramod Singh Kushwah, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell).
Kandy was being addressed about ISIS agents and his links with them, the police said.
He had gone to Turkey in June a year ago with his better half yet was ousted from that point in February after he attempted to cross over to Syria in an apparent bid to join the ISIS, the officer said.
His better half was likewise sent back to India. The police said he secured a fake passport utilizing the administrations of an agent from Chennai. In the fake documents, he was recognized as Mohammad Ismail, 35, the officer said.
He set out alone to Turkey in March and made an endeavor to cross over to Syria a month ago, however was expelled to India once more, he included.
He was captured from the Delhi airplane terminal with fake documents on July 1.
Hence, the Chennai-based operator, who the police said was instrumental in get ready fake reports, was likewise captured. The police did not identify him.
The officer said Kandy had been “radicalized” and a neighborhood contact in Kerala had acquainted him with the ISIS.
The police are investigating the reports that he was carrying and his cell phone records.
A year ago in October, National Investigation Agency groups, with assistance from the Kerala Police, Delhi Police and Telangana Police, had captured six individuals with suspected connects to the ISIS.