Fabiyan Gilkar rearrested
HAJEEJ FRAUD CASE
SHABIR IBN YUSUF
Srinagar, Apr 18: Police on Wednesday said that they have rearrested the main accused in Hajeej fraud case Fabiyan Gilkar from Delhi.
A senior police officer told Greater Kashmir that JK Police assisted by Delhi Police arrested Fabiyan Gilkar from Indrapuram area on Tuesday evening.
The police officer said he has been rearrested in case vide FIR No. 198/2011 Under Section 420 and 406 registered in police station Ram Munshibagh.
The officer said that Fabiyan was not cooperating with the police. He added that an application has been filed in High Court for cancellation of Fabiyan’s bail but the decision is awaited.
“We used to call him to cooperate into the investigation, but there was no response from him,” SDPO Khanyar Tahir Saleem Khan told Greater Kashmir. “It was decided on higher level to arrest him,” the SDPO said.
The police officer said that Fabiyan was not divulging any details about his account where the money of intending Hajj pilgrims has been kept. “He collected Rs 8 crore 60 lakhs from the intending Hajj pilgrims and later duped them,” he added.
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