Nizamdeen was arrested and put in high security and was labeled a terrorist by the media for four weeks before the police could find the truth that he had been set up.
Arsalan did such an act out of jealousy over his colleague’s mutual female contact. He believed his colleague was interested in this female friend whom he didn’t appreciate of. He wrote over 20 threats in the notebook before finally handing it over to the project manager.
The entries included getting bomb and weapon trainings, launching attacks in Australia and other countries and also targeting former Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnball, police stations, the Boxing Day Test Match and St. Mary’s Cathedral.
The cricketer’s brother pleaded guilty of misleading a police official, forging a document and persuading a witness to give false testimony.