New Delhi, Feb 6: An Australian national was deported from the Delhi airport after it was found that he had links with the ISIS.
The person to be deported is Ahmad Bin Hamad was deported after the security found that he had ISIS related literature on him.
The youth originally of Malay origin is an Australian national. He claimed that he had come to Delhi to take part in a meeting. He was however unclear about the meeting and also the reason why it was being conducted.
The security personnel at the airport checked his laptop and there was plenty of material relating to the ISIS and he was declared dangerous.
He had landed in Delhi late on Thursday night from Perth. He had a valid visa and was holding a passport numbered N2149807. It was a routine check that was being carried out by the security agencies.
However the manner in which spoke, the suspicion on him was raised. On his laptop there were photographs of him posing with a gun.
Sources say that he had no explanation for the material on his laptop. Moreover he was extremely unclear about the purpose of his visit. He was deported to Perth after questioning.