Abdul Wahid Siddibapa, who was arrested on Friday, has been sent to seven-days police custody by NIA court.
A senior member of terror outfit Indian Mujahideen, Siddibapa was arrested from the IGI airport in Delhi.
Resident of Maqdoom Colony in Bhatkal, Karnataka, Abdul Wahid Siddibapa is also said to be a relative of Indian Mujajideen chief in India Yasin Bhatkal.
He was based in Dubai and was allegedly recruiting people for IM to carry out terror activities in India. He has allegedly funded the outfit’s activities from there, they said.
Abdul is wanted in a case pertaining to a conspiracy by IM to attack various places in India. He was held on the basis of a warrant of arrest and a Red Corner Notice already issued against him, the officials said.
Abdul was involved in the conspiracy by Indian mujahideen to attack various places in India.
Earlier, a warrant of arrest and a Red Corner Notice had been issued against him.
Reportedly, NIA officials said, Abdul was arrested from the IGI airport on his deportation from UAE.