Santosh Jadhav, one of the ‘suspects’ in the Punjabi vocalist Sidhu Moosewala murder case, hails from Pune and is a needed denounced in a 2021 homicide case in the locale, police said on Monday.
Four cases including that of a homicide have been enlisted against Jadhav at Manchar police headquarters in the region, a senior authority said.
Abhinav Deshmukh, Superintendent of Police (Pune locale), said they found out about Jadhav’s supposed contribution in the Moosewala murder from media reports.
“We have not gotten any proper correspondence from Punjab police about Jadhav. We reached them toward the beginning of today, and their answer is anticipated,” he said.
Jadhav is a needed blamed in four cases including those for homicide and endeavor to kill enrolled with Machar police, the SP said.
In one of the cases, the rigid Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) has been conjured against him.
“Subsequent to being engaged with the homicide case enrolled at Manchar in 2021, he departed suddenly and went to Rajasthan-Punjab side where he was dynamic. There was likewise an instance of endeavor to kill against him in Ganganagar, Rajasthan,” the senior authority said.
On May 29, Moosewala was shot dead by unidentified attackers in Punjab’s Mansa locale, a day after the state government reduced his security cover. PTI