NIA officer's murder- UP cops on verge of breakthrough

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The Uttar Pradesh police made some headway in the case relating to the murder of NIA officer Tenzil Ahmed.

With the arrest of Rehaan and Zainul, the police say that they are confident of cracking the case soon.

The police however say that the case will be cracked once they track down Muneer considered to be the prime accused in the case.

NIA officer Tenzil Ahmed

The Uttar Pradesh police had announced a cash reward for any information leading up to Muneer considered to be the prime accused in the murder of NIA officer Tenzil Ahmed.

The name of Muneer had cropped up during the questioning of Rehaan and Zainul who were arrested in connection with this case.

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Muneer is being considered as the prime accused in the case. During the preliminary investigation it had been revealed that Muneer a resident of Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh had fled to Jaminagar in Delhi.

It was said that he had nurtured a grudge against the officer. The UP police say that once Muneer is arrested, the motive will become clear.

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Investigations suggest that Muneer an accused in a murder case had to flee from Bijnor after the officer informed the local police about his whereabouts.

The police have been probing multiple angles including a property dispute. The officer was in charge of several high profile cases relating to the Indian Mujahideen.

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