Hue and cry notice issued to trace Fabiyan
Police announce cash reward
Srinagar, Dec 15: Police on Thursday issued a hue and cry notice and announced a cash reward of Rs 30, 000 for any person or persons who would furnish any information about whereabouts of the main accused Fabiyan Wahid in Hajeej fraud case.
Talking to Greater Kashmir SDPO Nowhatta Tahir Saleem Khan said, “We will nab the main accused soon as we have got vital clues. The cash reward will allow us to obtain some more clues to arrest (Fabiyan).”
He said the “hue and cry notice” against Fabiyan has already been issued. “The notice has already been sent to Director Information from SSP Srinagar and it will reach the airport authorities across the country in couple of days,” Khan said.
The accused is evading arrest in FIR no. 58/2011, under section 420, 406, 467, 471, 295-A, 120-B RPC registered at Police Station Khanyar.
“We want to prevent his (Fabiyan’s) escape to some foreign country,” he added.
Pertinently, Police had arrested Rayees Ahmed and Irfan two close associates of Fabiyan soon after the fraud came to fore. “They had also recovered luxury vehicles worth Rs 35 lakh from the duo.”
Police, sources said, are maintaining a tight vigil on every airport to arrest Fabiyan. “Sleuths of CID and NIA are helping the JK police,” they added.
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