Rajasthan ATS detains suspected ISIS operator from Chennai

Haroon, 30, who owns a mobile shop in Chennai’s Burma Bazaar, is suspected to have been mobilising funds and recruiting young terror operatives for the ISIS.

A suspected ISIS operator was detained from Burma Bazaar locality in Chennai today morning. Haroon, 30, was picked up by a joint team of Rajasthan ATS and Chennai Police.

Haroon is suspected to have been mobilising funds and recruiting young terror operatives for the ISIS.

According to reports, the Rajasthan ATS zeroed in on Haroon on the basis of information gathered during interrogation of Mohammed Iqbal, a resident of Mylapore.

Iqbal had revealed that, Haroon, who owns a cellphone shop at Burma Bazaar, was facilitating ISIS with fund mobilisation and recruitment.

Haroon has been taken to an undisclosed location for further investigations.

The Rajasthan ATS is also scanning Haroon’s back accounts to check the money flow and his terror nexus.

Source: /India Today