Kolkata: The Bengal unit of National Investigation Agency (NIA) has nabbed a Jaamat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) terrorist from Madhya Pradesh. The terrorist, identified as Jahirul Shaikh, was wanted in the Khagragarh blast case. He has been brought to Kolkata in transit remand on Tuesday.According to sources, since the Khagragarh blast Shaikh had been absconding. He is a resident of Thanarpara area in Nadia and had obtained training from Simuliah madrasa in Burdwan, where several other terrorists used to take shelter. Following his training, Shaikh was given the responsibility of recruiting young men and women and training them. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataIn 2014 October, a blast took place in a house at Khagragarh in Burdwan. During investigation it came to the light that several terrorists used to prepare Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) and other high intensity explosives inside the house. During investigation, several JMB terrorists including some top level leaders of the banned organisation were arrested. NIA had also seized a Tata Nano which Shaikh used to drive. Following seizure of the car, NIA officials conducted a raid at Shaikh’s house in Nadia and seized liquid explosive material in huge quantities. Since the last five years, NIA has conducted raids in multiple locations across the country in search of him. However, Shaikh had managed to elude them so far. A few days ago NIA got information about Shaikh hiding in Madhya Pradesh. Based on the information, a raid was conducted and he was arrested. He is being interrogated about his plan and whereabouts of his associates. NIA is also trying to know whether he has any plan to execute during Independence Day.