Most wanted terrorist of Mumbai blast Bashir arrested in Canada, Pakistan had given training -aabtak24


Vile Parle Bomb Blast: Cam Basheer, one of the most wanted terrorists in the conspiracy of Mumbai bomb blasts (2002-03), has been arrested by Canadian security agencies. Meanwhile, the Mumbai Police is trying to extradite Basheer to India following the rules.

Terrorist CMA Bashir is considered one of the early radical leaders of banned Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) in India. Basheer is alleged to have been involved in the 2002-03 Mumbai blasts case. In this blast, 12 people lost their lives and many were injured. A red corner notice has also been issued against Bashir in this case.

Bashir caught while on the run from Canada

Terrorist Bashir is also known as Chaneparambil Mohammed Bashir. Basheer was caught while trying to flee to Canada. Based on the Red Corner notice issued by the Interpol against Bashir, he has been arrested on charges of murder, terroristic conspiracy, conspiracy and other charges.

Sister’s blood will be taken for extradition 

Let us tell you that the red corner notice against Basheer is related to Mumbai Central Station blast in December 2002, Vile Parle blast in January 2003 and Mulund train blast in March 2003. The Mumbai Police has sought permission from a special court in Ernakulam to collect blood samples from Basheer’s sister for DNA profiling as part of the ongoing extradition process.

Bashir holds a Diploma in Engineering

Basheer was born in the year 1961 in Kaprassery village of Kerala, he has done Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering. Later he emerged as a prominent leader of SIMI in Aluva Town. In the late 1980s, Basheer was made the All India President of SIMI. Not only this, Bashir inspired many youths to carry out terrorist activities and played an important role in radicalizing the youth.

Living a low profile genev

According to the officials, Basheer was also associated with the Indian Mujahideen, whose operation was being conducted from the Middle Eastern countries. Basheer had been living a low profile life in Canada since 2011, although the agencies are probing the period of his stay in Canada. 

Bashir had taken terrorist training from ISI during his visit to Pakistan in the early 1990s. In the year 2011, Basheer’s name was included in the list of India’s 50 most wanted terrorists. Bashir is now 62 years old, but Bashir was still on the radar of intelligence agencies.

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