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UP Police Arrests Man For Extortion Rs 10 Lakh From AMU Professor

In the latest update, the police have captured the nephew of a lady teacher of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), for purportedly sending her a payment letter, alongside unfilled gun cartridges, and requesting Rs 10 lakh from her.

Nephew And Other Intended To Blackmail Professor For Cash

Two of his assistants have additionally been captured.

The police said that five people, including the prime accused, Danish Ali, who is a nephew of Dr. Shagufta Moin, an educator in the department of biochemistry of AMU’s Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, had intended to blackmail cash from her.

While Danish and two of his companions Anjeb Rehman and Deepak Tewari have been captured, their accessories Mohd Naved and Mohd Adnan are slipping away.

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Deepak had figured out how to secure a SIM card utilizing a phony ID confirmation to call the teacher’s family, said police.

During cross-examination, Danish let the police know that he wanted cash to reimburse his debts.

He asserted that he had before requested Rs 1 lakh from Dr Moin for the treatment of his newborn baby yet she had denied and his child had died. He said he needed to deliver retribution and along these lines wanted to coerce cash by undermining her.

One Arrested, Two On Run 

An FIR has been enlisted under area 387 (placing an individual in dread of death or horrifying hurt, to perpetuate coercion), 420 (cheating and unscrupulously actuating conveyance of property), 120 B (criminal trick) of IPC at Kawarsi police headquarters on a premise of a grumbling documented by Dr. Moin’s significant other, Naved Mukhtar, a finance manager.

One more FIR has been held up against the denounced under area 3/25 of the Arms Act.

In the FIR, Mukhtar expressed that his significant other had gotten a call from an individual who distinguished himself as Raju from Noida on Monday evening, requesting that she get an envelope lying outside their home.

“At the point when I opened the envelope, which was set on the hood of my vehicle, I found three void cartridges that had our names composed on them, and a letter requesting a payment of Rs 10 lakh,” the FIR

Circle official (Civil Lines) Shwetabh Pandey spoke to the media and informed them that police have recuperated a nation-made gun, alongside live cartridges from the accused. The SIM card that was utilized to settle on the telephone decision was likewise recovered.

He said the arrested accused have been remanded in legal custody, and an investigation has been dispatched to catch the other two accused.