Kanpur: Police team probing the case of Bangladeshi national Rizwan Mohammad, who was arrested along with his kin on December 11, on Wednesday claimed that Rs 8 lakhs were transferred in Rizwan’s bank account in Bangladesh from Pakistan some time back.
Rizwan had allegedly withdrawn the entire amount from Bangladesh itself. Security agencies, along with the police, are probing who sent the money and what was the motive behind it.
“Many aspects are coming to the fore in the investigation. Every aspect is being thoroughly investigated. Police will soon reach the conclusion in the case,” said joint commissioner of police Anand Prakash Tiwari.
Along with Rizwan, his wife, daughter, two minor sons and father-in-law were also arrested. They had a letter purportedly signed by jailed SP MLA Irfan Solanki authorizing them as Indian nationals.
The police had claimed that Solanki gave them citizenship proof certificates on party letterhead which thereafter enabled Rizwan and four other members of his family to procure Aadhar cards.
Ever since they were staying in Kanpur’s Aryanagar area on the basis of these fake documents.
The police had recovered Rs 14.56 lakh in Indian currency, USD 1,000, some jewellery, 13 passports, and 5 fake Aadhaar cards from Rizwan and his family members.

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