Initiative to bring back Police officer murder accused Arav Khan from Dubai to Bangladesh

Initiative to bring back Police officer murder accused Arav Khan from Dubai to Bangladesh

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Arav is an accused in the case registered for the murder of Inspector Mamoon Imran Khan of the Special Branch of Police. Interpol has already issued a red notice against Arav Khan, who is hiding in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). He is the 63rd Bangladeshi to be put on Interpol’s red notice.

When Prothom Alo contacted IGP Abdullah Al-Mamun on Thursday night, he said, “The process is on to bring back Aarav Khan from Dubai to Bangladesh. Apart from taking the help of Interpol, the police are also using diplomatic channels to bring him back to the country. The IGP hoped that he would successfully bring Aarav Khan back to Bangladesh.

Earlier, on March 25, at a function at Hotel Sonargaon in Dhaka, the IGP had said that police were trying to bring Aarav Khan, an accused in the case registered for the murder of Inspector Mamoon Imran Khan.

On July 8, 2018, Police Inspector Mamoon Imran Khan was murdered in a flat in Banani, capital. The next day his charred body was recovered from a forest in Ghazipur. Jehangir Alam Khan, the elder brother of the deceased officer, has filed a case at Banani police station in the capital. Later, the Detective Branch (DB) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police filed a charge sheet against absconder Rabiul Islam alias Aarav Khan and nine others on March 31, 2019.

According to the police, Aarav Khan fled to India after killing Mamoon Imran Khan. He arranged for an Indian passport and went to Dubai from there as an Indian citizen. He inaugurated a gold shop, Aarav Jewellers, in Dubai on 15 March.

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