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Jammu and Kashmir: Officials Arrest Man Accused Of Rape, Who Evaded Police For Nine Years

The accused was arrested in Resai district after police received a tip-off. He evaded arrest all these years by constantly being on the run, police said.

Jammu and Kashmir: Officials Arrest Man Accused Of Rape, Who Evaded Police For Nine Years
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Jammu and Kashmir: Officials Arrest Man Accused Of Rape, Who Evaded Police For Nine Years
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2021-04-14T08:47:33+05:30

After a hunt that spanned nine years, Jammu and Kashmir Police on Tuesday arrested a man who was booked for rape and abduction of a minor girl in 2021, officials said.

The accused was arrested in Resai district after police received a tip-off. He evaded arrest all these years by constantly being on the run, police said.

The accused has been identified as one Mohd Mushtaq.

(With PTI inputs)

 

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