Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Gangster allegedly involved in 72 cases held from Mumbai airport

Hyderabad: A “notorious” gangster Ayub Khan, who along with his associates was allegedly involved in 72 cases in Hyderabad, was arrested from the international airport in Mumbai, police said on Monday.”Mohd Ayub Khan alias Ayub Pahelwan, a most wanted criminal and gangster of Hyderabad, was caught at Mumbai international airport on December 25 upon his arrival, by immigration staff, based on the Look Out Circular (LOC) for his involvement in a land grabbing case under Shalibanda police station here”, Deputy Commissioner of Police (South Zone) V Satyanarayana said.
According to police, Khan committed his first offence of robbery in 1989 and was allegedly involved in a murder case in 1990.
“During 1990, he and his associates participated in communal riots in the city and on April 30, 1991 rowdy (history) sheet was opened against him to keep watch on his activities,” said the DCP.
“He along with his gang members had created panic in the minds of common public and started extortion at the point of daggers and deadly weapons”, the DCP said.
“He and his associates were involved in about 72 cases (6 cases of murder, 8 cases of attempt to murders, 5 case of TADA Act, 9 cases of Arms Act, 2 case of NDPS Act, 2 case of dacoity, 2 case of robbery and 38 other cases),” said the official.
“No witness and complainant was daring enough to depose evidence against him. Almost all the cases ended in acquittal as the witnesses turned hostile due to his brutal attitude,” Satyanarayana said.
27/12/16 PTI/Indian Express

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