Nagpur: Cops book Afghan man on suspicion of sharing link with Taliban

Noor Mohammad has bullet injuries on his body and was illegally living in Nagpur for over a decade

Nagpur: In a shocking incident, the sleuths of Nagpur Crime Branch have booked an Afghanistan man on suspicion of sharing a link with terrorist organisation Taliban. The accused identified as Noor Mohammed was reportedly living in the Second Capital of the State illegally for over a decade now and also had bullet injuries on his body, informed Police sources.

Cops have scanned his social media accounts and also found his association with Taliban. Cops have initiated probe in this regard.

Nagpur Crime Branch informs ATS

The crime branch further informed the Nagpur Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) which later reached the branch and took stock of the accused. While Mohammad was grilled by the ATS, he told the police that his name is Noor Mohammed but in his passport, the name is Abdul Haque. He was also questioned about the bullet marks. His social media profile was then checked and was found that he had shared multiple videos that favoured the Taliban.

IB joins probe

After the Taliban videos were found, Intelligence Bureau (IB) has also joined the interrogation and questioning him on his connection with the Taliban.