NIA takes custody of all accused in Amravati chemist’s murder

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has assumed control over guardianship of each of the seven blamed in the homicide for Amravati-based physicist Umesh Kolhe, a police official said on Tuesday.

The NIA took guardianship of all the charged, who were conceded four days’ travel remand on Monday after they were created under the steady gaze of the Amravati court, he said.

The denounced are probably going to be created under the watchful eye of the NIA’s Mumbai court at the latest July 8, the authority added.

The Amravati police had found joins between the virtual entertainment posts supporting previous BJP representative Nupur Sharma and Umesh’s homicide during the examination and didn’t stifle the case as was claimed, police chief Arti Singh said on Monday.

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Police didn’t uncover the data prior given the “exceptionally delicate” nature of the homicide case and to keep away from any inappropriate episode, she said.

The seven denounced are Muddasar Ahmad (22), Shahrukh Pathan (25), Abdul Taufiq (24) Shoaib Khan (22), Atib Rashid (22), Yusuf Khan (32) and asserted plan Shaikh Irfan Shaikh Rahim.

Police are keeping watch for another suspect, Shamim Ahmed.

Umesh was supposedly gone after with a blade by a gathering of three men somewhere in the range of 10pm and 10.30pm on June 21. He passed on at clinic. He had upheld a post via online entertainment on the side of Nupur Sharma. PTI

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