A suspected operative of Islamic State has been arrested by special cell of Delhi Police. The man was arrested after a shootout in Delhi's Dhaula Kuan area late on Friday. Police said that they have also recovered two improvised explosive devices (IEDs) from the man's possession. Police identified him as Abdul Yusuf Khan, a resident of Uttar Pradesh. Police had received information about Khan's movement in the ridge area between Dhaula Kuan and Karol Bagh. Following the tip-off, police laid a trap to nab the Khan. "There was an exchange of fire after which he was arrested. He was a lone wolf who had planned an attack in the national capital. We have recovered a pistol and two IEDs from him. We will share more details during the day," Pramod Kuswaha, deputy commissioner of police (special cell), said. National Security Guard (NSG) commandos have been deployed near Buddha Jayanti Park in Ridge Road. Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) has also reached the spot. They will analyse the contents of the IEDs recovered, police said. After the arrest, the man has been brought to Special Cell office in Lodhi Colony.