Two more captured in NIA officer murder case

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Bijnor (Uttar Pradesh), Apr. 13: Two more blamed have been captured regarding the homicide of in National Investigation Agency (NIA) Deputy Superintendent of Police Mohammad Tanzil Ahmed.

Revealing points of interest, Bijnor Superintendent of Police (Rural) Dharamveer Singh said, “Police have captured two more blamed regarding the Tanzil Ahmed’s homicide case, who are being sent to the correctional facility.”

“The couple, Rixwan and Tanzim, who were captured from the Sahaspur zone under Sehohara police headquarters, were a part of the connivance that prompted the NIA officer’s homicide, furthermore helped the attackers to execute the wrongdoing,” said the SP

At the point when asked whether police would enlist a crisp case after the killed NIA officer’s wife Farzana had passed on at the All India Institute of Medical Science in Delhi on Wednesday, the officer said: “A case has as of now been enrolled under Sections 302 (discipline for homicide), 307(attempt to murder) and 120 (disguising outline to submit offense culpable with imprisâ­onment) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), and it will be incorporated into that.

Farzana, the wife recently NIA officer Mohammad Tanzil Ahmed, who was shot dead by attackers in Uttar Pradesh’s Bijnor region, succumbed to her wounds at the AIIMS injury focus on Wednesday.

Mohammad Tanzil was headed once more from the wedding service of his niece, alongside his wife and two kids, when two equipped bicycle borne attackers shot at him and his wife at a town falling under Syohra Police Station in Bijnor area.

Farzana was alluded to the AIIMS injury focus from Noida’s Fortis Hospital on Monday evening, where she had been admitted to Intensive consideration Unit (ICU).

The Uttar Pradesh Police have as of now captured two denounced – Jainul and Reyaan – in this association, and have issued a prize of Rs. 50,000 on data prompting the capture of fundamental blamed Munir.

Police said a few “local debate” prompted the murdering of the NIA officer.

“All viewpoints, including proficient and individual contentions, were investigated amid the test, while the dread edge was particularly examined. Reyaan (charged) was in dissatisfaction since he was allegedly denied assistance from Tanzil Ahmed when he required it,” Inspector General (Bareilly Zone) Vijay Singh said.

The state police had reported a prize of Rs. 50,000 to those giving data prompting the capture of principle blamed Munir regarding the homicide of the NIA officer.