Assam: Delhi Police Officials Posing As NGO Workers Nab Man Wanted In Attempt To Murder Case After 16 Years

Assam: Delhi Police Officials Posing As NGO Workers Nab Man Wanted In Attempt To Murder Case After 16 Years

Noor Mohammad, who was separated from his wife, had attacked her face and head with a sharp-edged "dao" during an altercation, resulting in serious injuries. Sensing the gravity of the situation, he fled, leaving her in a critical condition.

IANSUpdated: Saturday, May 25, 2024, 12:41 PM IST
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New Delhi: A man, who had been on the run for 16 years for allegedly attacking his wife with a knife, was arrested from a forest area in southern Assam. The arrest was made by a team of the Delhi Police Crime Branch, which posed as NGO volunteers to prevent any potential complications, an official said.

About The Accused & The Incident

The accused, identified as Noor Mohammad, was wanted in an attempt to murder case. Noor Mohammad, who was separated from his wife, had attacked her face and head with a sharp-edged "dao" during an altercation, resulting in serious injuries. Sensing the gravity of the situation, he fled, leaving her in a critical condition.

“The police team had been gathering information about Noor Mohammad, who was wanted in an attempted murder case by the Najafgarh police since 2008. They discovered he was in Assam and reached Mankachar, South Salmara, near the Bangladesh border,” said Deputy Commissioner of Police (Crime) Amit Goel.

Due to the remote and forested area, there was a high risk of the team's cover being blown. “To mitigate this, the team posed as members of an NGO assisting woodcutters and conducted a detailed survey of the area for three consecutive days. Their relentless efforts paid off, and they successfully identified and apprehended Noor Mohammad,” said the DCP.

Noor Mohammad told police that he came to Delhi in 1997 in search of livelihood. He started working with a scrap dealer in the Bhogal area of Delhi and married Muniza in 2000. However, after a few years of marriage, they separated due to matrimonial disputes. After allegedly committing the crime, Noor Mohammad escaped from Delhi and relocated to Assam, choosing a different location from his native place to hide.

"He had been working as a woodcutter in a nearby forest area and was living there with his second wife and children," the DCP said.

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