Sri Lankan attached to Al-qaeda deported to the Island
Thursday, 16 October 2014 - 17:01
Malaysian authorities yesterday deported the Lankan who is suspected of having indirect attachments with Al-Qaeda and planned terror attacks in India.
Police spokesman Ajith Rohana said the man was sent back to Colombo for further investigations.
Mohammad Hussain Mohammad Sulaiman was arrested in May in Kula Lampur and is suspected to have been part of a conspiracy to carry out terror attacks on the US and Israeli consulates in South India.
On his arrival in Sri Lanka, he will be handed over to the Terrorist Investigation Division (TID) for further interrogation.
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