A former Congress candidate from Dehri meeting constituency in Bihar, who had unsuccessfully contested the 2010 polls, has been arrested from Surajkund in Haryana a decade after he fled to Delhi to evade police that had launched a hunt for him in reference to numerous circumstances, together with of homicide, police mentioned
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A former Congress candidate from Dehri meeting constituency in Bihar, who had unsuccessfully contested the 2010 polls, has been arrested from Surajkund in Haryana a decade after he fled to Delhi to evade police that had launched a hunt for him in reference to numerous circumstances, together with of homicide, police mentioned.
The person, Jahid Parvez, was arrested by Rohtas police on Sunday and delivered to Dehri on Monday.
Parvez was needed in a case of homicide of a person who was mentioned to be a police informer, moreover a case of try to homicide and Arms Act case in Dehri in 2012 and one other case of abduction of a minor lady in Patna in 2013.
Rohtas superintendent of police (SP) Ashish Bharti mentioned that following a manhunt, Parvez had fled to Delhi, the place he arrange an actual property enterprise. He mentioned Parvez was arrested from his farmhouse at Surajkund.
Sources mentioned police had already connected his properties in Rohtas and frozen his financial institution accounts.
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