New Delhi: Top Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) leader Abdul Karim Tunda, who is accused to have involved in around 40 bomb blasts, has been arrested from the Indo-Nepal border, a police official said here Saturday.
"Tunda was arrested on Friday from the Indo-Nepal border and will be produced at a Delhi court today (Saturday)," Special Commissioner of Delhi Police Special Cell, S.N. Srivastava, told IANS.
Tunda, in his 60s now, is wanted in several criminal cases in India and is among the 20 top most terrorists, police said.
He is an aide of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim.
Tunda, who hails from Pilkhuwa in Uttar Pradesh's Ghaziabad district, is an expert bomb-maker and has been involved in around 40 bomb blasts.
In Ghaziabad alone, he has been involved in 13 criminal cases.
Tunda left Ghaziabad with his wife in 1992 and later came in contact with terrorists.