Puttur: Praveen Nettaru murder – Four accused still on the run

Daijiworld Media Network – Puttur (MS)

Puttur, Nov 28: Four accused in Praveen Nettaru murder case for whom the NIA took out a lookout notice are still not traced.

Mohammed Mustafa and Siddique alias painter Siddique, a resident of Bellare, Ummer Faruk, a resident of Sullia and Tufail M H of Madikeri are the four who are absconding. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is searching for these culprits throughout the country.

It is suspected that Tufail must have escaped abroad. On the other three, the NIA have not got any clue during their investigation at cyber centers which help in getting passports.

Investigation is also done whether cooker bomb blast accused Shariq had prior connection with the killers of Praveen. Shariq had come to Sullia and Puttur from Madikeri and later went to Mangaluru.

The mastermind of the incident Matin Taha is abroad and is attracting Muslim youths towards terror acts. The NIA is also investigating whether the murderers of Praveen had link with him.

Police say that it is impossible for Shariq to plan and execute the bomb blast without the help of locals. Murderers of Praveen were in the hiding. Investigation is done whether Shariq was involved in providing them shelter.

Rs five lac reward is announced by the NIA for anyone who can provide tip-off about banned PFI members Mohammed Mustafa S and Tufail M H and Rs two lac for information on Ummer Farooque and Aboobacker Siddique, who are accused of providing shelter and financial assistance to the killers of Praveen.






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