Murder Convict Arrested From Telangana 12 Years After Jumping ParoleThe convict Ashok Hanumanta Kajeri alias V Shiva Narsimullu, was staying in Mahabubnagar town of Telangana by changing his name and identity the official said A 39-year-old murder convict, who was absconding for the last 12 years after jumping parole, has been arrested by the Mumbai police’s crime branch from Telangana, a police official said The convict, Ashok Hanumanta Kajeri alias V Shiva Narsimullu, was staying in Mahabubnagar town of Telangana by changing his name and identity, the official said on Tuesday The Borivli police, disguised as members of the Ganpati mandal, successfully apprehended a wanted accused during a Ganpati visarjan event in Borivli.
He was arrested by the Mumbai police in a case of murder which took place in 2007 said the official Kajeri was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment by a sessions court in 2008 and was sent to Nashik Central Prison in Maharashtra to serve his jail term In 2011, he was released on a 30-day parole, but he did not return to the prison to complete his sentence and was absconding since then, the official said The Mumbai police had searched for him in Nashik, Jalna, Hingoli and Parbhani in Maharashtra and Kerala also, but he remained untraceable mid-day first flagged the problem.
After several years, the crime branch officials got specific information about Kajeri’s presence in Telangana from where he was finally nabbed, the official saidThe 405-page supplementary charge sheet filed against 26/11 co-conspirator and Canadian national Tahawwur Rana has revealed that he discussed potentially crowded places in Mumbai with a hotel staff in Powai. Rana visited some of these places, including an eventual site of the attacks, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) in MumbaiThe Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) has finally responded to the allegations and reports of TB medicine shortages.
After failing spectacularly to keep its promises about addressing environmental concerns and ignoring pleas to set up more artificial ponds for immersing Ganesh idols, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)—bowing down to the Bombay High Court—will set up one more pond for devotees at Aarey Milk Colony for the final day of Ganeshotsav KK Rao, Faridabad’s commissioner of police, said that Pappan had been convicted in two murder cases. One of the murders took place in Gurugram and the other in Faridabad.
In 2003, he, along with Pateela and a common friend, Sanjay Kumar, on the day of the crime, were drinking at Kumar’s place. Three of them entered into an argument and during the altercation, Ramesh took out a countrymade pistol and shot Kumar deadRamesh and Pateela fled the crime scene before the police arrived. Kumar was rushed to a private hospital where doctors declared him brought dead. A case of murder under sections 302 and 34 of the IPC was registered at the City police station,” Rao said He was convicted in both the cases and sentenced to life imprisonment.