New Delhi, Aug 20: The Union Home Ministry on Tuesday complimented the Delhi Police and central security agencies for arresting Abdul Karim Tunda, one of India's most wanted terrorists.
"It was an extremely good work done by the agencies and Delhi Police. It demonstrates the excellent synergy among all organisations," Union Home Secretary Anil Goswami told reporters here.
The Home Secretary said the Ministry was looking forward to more such successes. "We hope more successes will be achieved by all of them working in tandem in the future too," he said.
Tunda, a close aide of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and a bomb-maker for terror outfit LeT, was arrested after being on the run in several countries for 19 years. 70-year-old Tunda, who was holding a Pakistani passport with the name Abdul Quddus, was arrested on Friday from an area on the Indo-Nepal border.