Deccan Chronicle on October 18, 2011 released the following:
“CID nabs Briton on Interpol’s list
CID sleuths on Monday arrested, Mohammed Ali Ege, a British subject accused in a murder case and against whom Interpol had issued a Red Corner Notice. Ege is accused of being involved in the murder of Aamar Siddiqui in Cardiff, UK, in April 2010 and an attempt to murder case. The CID zeroed in on the Ege’s whereabouts after quizzing his brother who had been arrested a few days ago.
The CID Interpol (Andhra Pradesh) had received a request from the CBI Interpol, New Delhi, which said that it was believed that Ege was living in Hyderabad. CID said that the brothers had managed to obtain passports and other documents during stay in the country and tried to pass off as Indian nationals. They are charged under Sections 419, 420, 468, 471, read with 14 of Foreigners Act.”
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