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Blast convict Dr. Bomb who was out on parole goes missing

The Mumbai Police and Maharashtra ATS have launched a manhunt to trace one of the most wanted terrorists in ...
Blast convict Dr. Bomb who was out on parole goes missing

The Mumbai Police and Maharashtra ATS have launched a manhunt to trace one of the most wanted terrorists in the country. Dr Jalees Ansari, also known as Dr Bomb, has been accused of plotting and executing over 50 bomb blasts across the country since early 90s. And he has gone missing during parole. Ansari, who is serving a life term in Ajmer jail, was visiting his family in Mumbai on parole and was due to report back at the prison on Friday morning.

On Thursday, Ansari's family members in Mominpada approached the Agripada police station in Mumbai and said that he had gone missing.According to police officials, Ansari left for early morning namaz at around 5 am but did not return home.It was only after several hours had passed and his phone was found to be switched off.The Agripada police then sent an SOS alert at the police control room about Ansari and the same was passed to Maharashtra ATS.

Dr Jalees Ansari "Dr Bomb" has been convicted in the Jaipur serial blasts, Ajmer blasts and Malegaon blast case. He was was one of the terorrists who had undergone terror training in Pakistan in the early nineties. Dr Jalees Ansari "Dr Bomb" has been convicted in the Jaipur serial blasts, Ajmer blasts and Malegaon blast case. He was was one of the terorrists who had undergone terror training in Pakistan in the early nineties.
 

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