NIA announces Rs 2 lakh reward on absconding accused in Amravati’s Kolhe murder case

NIA announces Rs 2 lakh reward on absconding accused in Amravati’s Kolhe murder case
Amravati/Nagpur: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) announced a reward of Rs 2 lakh for any kind of information leading to the arrest of accused Shaheem Ahmed Firoz Ahmed wanted in Amravati’s chemist Umesh Kolhe murder case, an official said.

The 22-year-old Shaheem Ahmed, who is a resident of Zakir Colony in Maharashtra’s Amravati city, is absconding since the case was registered against him.

Following, the NIA has announced a cash reward of Rs 2 lakh for any kind of information leading to the arrest of Ahmed, the official said.

Pertinently, the NIA has so far arrested 10 people in connection with Kolhe’s murder.

Kolhe was murdered in Amravati on June 21 after he shared on social media a post in support of suspended BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma over her controversial remarks about Prophet Mohammad.

UNI

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