Whats up with indians involved with al-qaeda.With in this week its second incident after somalia bombing where indians were involved.Is that living with pakistanis in foreign land makes indians infected by terrorism disease??? Indian in Al-Qaeda bomb plot nabbed in Canada New Delhi: The Canadian police claimed to have foiled a major Al-Qaeda bombing plot by arresting two Ottawa residents, including an Indian. They are alleged to have close ties with top leaders of the terror outfit. Misbahuddin Ahmed (36) is now being questioned in Ottawa for his role in 'Operation Samosa' and would be produced in court on Friday along with the other accused. The police and intelligence agencies raided a quiet tree-lined residential area of the Canadian capital Ottawa. Misbahuddin, reportedly an Indian working as an X-ray technologist at the Ottawa hospital, was subsequently nabbed and is being interrogated.Ahmed Ehsan, whose details are not known, was also picked up from another location. The police are saying little, but local media reports suggest the duo was involved in an Al-Qaeda plot to attack power plants and transmission lines carrying electricity to the US. "These offences are related to our anti-terrorism laws. So they could have been doing fund-raising, they could have been doing a recon or they might have been planning their own truck bomb," said John Thompson, president of the MacKenzie Institute, which studies terrorism and extremism. Terrorism analyst Martin Rudner said: "This is a serious threat. I think it was dismantled at the threshold of an operation." Misbahuddin's neighbours had little to say about him or his family. "I saw them, know who they were, waved to them but I didn't get much of a response," said a neighbour. Another said there was nothing unusual about Misbahuddin's family to make them think they were terrorists. The incident comes about two weeks after a senior minister warned that radical extremists were getting entrenched in Canada. The Canadian police will produce both Misbahuddin and Ahmed in the court on Friday. A press briefing is also planned on what could turn out to be Canada's most serious terror conspiracy since the 2006 plot to attack its Parliament.