NEW DELHI: With the arrest of three suspected Al Qaida in Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) militants, including the alleged India head of the banned terror group, this week, Delhi Police’s Special Cell has found that two persons recruited by them were students of Jamia Millia Islamia. The Special Cell had arrested the three suspects from Delhi, Cuttack, and Sambhal. Mohammed Abdur Rehman was arrested from Cuttack on Wednesday and 40-year-old Sambhal resident Jafar Masood alias Guddu was arrested for his alleged links with Mohammad Asif, the alleged India head of the AQIS. Asif was arrested from Delhi’s Seelampur on December 14 by the Special Cell. The investigators came to know about these two youths, Rehan and Sarjil, during the interrogation of Asif. According to the Special Cell, they are from the national capital’s Welcome area and Sambhal in Uttar Pradesh respectively.