Two suspects wanted in NIA case arrested in Maharashtra’s Pune

Two suspects wanted by the NIA were captured in Pune, Maharashtra


Officials reported on Wednesday that Pune police claimed to have apprehended two people sought in connection with a case brought by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in Rajasthan.

The official further informed that the accused persons identified as Imran Khan and Mohd Yunus Saki were arrested from the Kothrud area of Pune City on Tuesday. According to the police the NIA had declared a cash reward of Rs 5 lakh each against the two accused in a case filed in Rajasthan.
During the searches carried out by the police, one live round, four mobile phones and a laptop were seized from their residence.

“Pune Police nabbed two accused namely Imran Khan and Md Yunus Saki who were wanted by NIA in a case filed in Rajasthan and have a reward of Rs 5 lakhs each. Both were detained by police while they were trying to steal a bike yesterday in Kothrud area,” Ritesh Kumar, Commissioner of Police, Pune said.
“Further investigation is underway in the case,” the official added.