INDIA ARRESTS MAN ‘LINKED TO EASTER SUNDAY BOMBER’
ARREST FOLLOWED RAIDS ON A SUSPECTED IS MILITANT CELL
Indian anti-terrorism investigators have arrested a man with alleged links to the suicide bomber who planned Sri Lanka’s deadly Easter Sunday attacks. Investigators said Mohammad Azharuddin, 32, was friends on Facebook with Zahran Hashim, the alleged ringleader of the attacks, claimed by Islamic State (IS), BBC reported. The arrest followed raids on a suspected IS militant cell in the southern Indian city of Coimbatore.