NIA officer's murder: UP take stock of prime accused's assets

Lucknow, Apr 30: A team of 30 police personnel have reached the residence of Muneer, an accused in the murder of NIA officer, Tenzil Ahmed. Muneer considered to be the main accused in the case has been absconding and the Uttar Pradesh police say that they are on his trail.

The UP police believe that Muneer is the main accused in the case. The police say that he was one of the two persons who fired at the officer. The motive is revenge, the UP police also say.

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A team of the UP police a while ago visited the residence of Muneer in Bijnor Uttar Pradesh. They are taking the stock of his assets in connection with the investigation, the police also say. This is an important part of the investigation, the police also say.

The murder of the officer will remain a mystery unless and until the police arrest Muneer. It is said that Muneer an accused in a murder case was hiding in Bijnor.

The NIA officer Ahmed who learnt about this had informed the police about the same which forced Muneer to flee from Bijnor. He was said to have been hiding in Old Delhi as per the last information the police had on him.

The UP police is finding out if Muneer had any links with terrorist organisations and whether the murder could be linked with the officer probing several cases pertaining to terrorism. At first the police had said that the death was due to a property dispute.

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