Shariq’s handler Abdul Matheen missing since Bengaluru blast, says father

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Matheen was earlier named alongside two other men wanted in Islamic State-linked cases as the handlers of Shariq. They are all on the run since 2020, news reports had said quoting police sources.

“He has been missing since the blast in Bengaluru. But I don’t know anything,” Matheen’s father said.

“We educated him to head on the right path. He went to Bengaluru and got a private job. Parents are not aware of what they are watching on mobile phones. Nobody knows what they’re up to on their phones. The police searched the house and left,” he added.

Abdul Matheen, Musabir Hussain and Arafath Ali, all former residents of Shivamogga, were named as the possible handlers and financiers of Shariq by ADGP Alok Kumar Monday. Hussain and Matheen were accused in a case filed in Bengaluru for the creation of an ISIS-inspired terrorist cell with people from various southern states, Indian Express said in a report. Arafath Ali on the other hand was a co-accused with Shariq in the Mangaluru graffiti case, the report added.

Meanwhile, Roohullah, another accused in the Mangaluru case, was arrested by the Bengaluru Police and handed over to Mysuru Police. He is now under the custody of the Mangalore Police.

The autorickshaw explosion in Mangaluru took place on November 19 on a busy road in the city. The police have confirmed that it is an act of terror.

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