Mangaluru: Two accused avoiding court hearing, absconding arrested

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Feb 28: Two accused who were absconding without appearing before the court for hearing, were arrested on Tuesday February 27.

The arrested are identified as Imran (31), a resident of 62nd Thokuru village near Jokatte government school and Dharmaveer (30) from Gorakapur, Uttar Pradesh.

Imran was absconding without appearing before the court after obtaining bail from court in a case of conspiracy to commit robbery registered in Bajpe police station in 2020. Dharmaveer was absconding for almost 2 years without appearing in the court during the trial, after getting bail from the court in a road accident case of 2021 where the victim had died.

Police succeeded in locating the two accused and producing them before the court.

Cases related to cattle theft were also registered against Imran in various police stations of Mangaluru city, Dakshina Kannada and Udupi district.

The operation to arrest the two accused was led as per the guidance of police commissioner Anupam Agrawal, under the direction of DCPs Siddharth Goel and B P Dinesh Kumar, ACP Manoj Kumar of Mangaluru North sub division and inspector Sandeep G S of Bajpe police station, by SIs Guru Kanti, Revanasiddappa, Ravi N N and Shoba and ASI Rama Poojary, Jagdish Puttur, Rohit Haleangady, Rashid Sheikh, Dayanand, Sujan and Basavaraj Patil.





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