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Monday, June 17, 2024

UP ATS to probe multiple bank passbooks, 8 passports found with Rohingya man

Investigations have been initiated on an arrested Rohingya man, Shahid, possibly having multiple bank accounts reports Amar Ujala. He was arrested from a slaughter house in Unnao district, which is close to UP’s capital Lucknow. ATS (Anti-terrorism squad) recovered passbooks of several banks from the Rohingya’s rented house, some of which were from Aligarh.

On 28 February, ATS arrested Shahid from a slaughter house in Banthar. After that they raided his rented house in Kasim Nagar. During the remand and interrogation, ATS has received several inputs from the Rohingya man.

The ATS has already recovered five lakh cash, eight passports, and passbooks of several banks from his possession. Shahid had managed to obtain a local SIM card as well.

According to sources, during the four days interrogation of the accused when he was taken on remand, ATS obtained many important clues. ATS is expected to arrive in the district anytime soon to arrest his associates and solve the missing links in the case.

(Featured Image Source: Amar Ujala)


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