ANI Photo | CBI coordinates return of two accused facing Interpol Red notice

In an operation coordinated by the Central Bureau of Investigation, an accused wanted for committing offences under the SC/ST Prevention of Atrocities Act and a rape case in Kerala was brought back to India from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Saturday, a statement released by the CBI read.
The accused, identified as Peeru Muhammed Yahya Khan, was facing an Interpol “red” notice.
“He was earlier geo-located in the UAE through close follow-up by CBI through INTERPOL,” the central agency said.
CBI said that it had received a ‘Red’ Notice from the Interpol General Secretariat in this regard on January 10 this year at the request of Kerala police.
In another operation, the CBI on Saturday said that it also provided coordination assistance to Mumbai Police to bring back the accused, named Subash Vithal Pujari, who was wanted in multiple cases for offences including attempt to murder, extortion, criminal intimidation, Arms Act violations and under MCOCA.
The accused was brought back from China to India on Saturday. CBI said that it had received a Red notice in this regard from the INTERPOL General Secretariat on Feb 14, 2012.
“The said Red Notice Subject is wanted by Mumbai Police in multiple cases including Crime
No. 244/07 and 286/09 of Vikhroli police station and 154/2009 of DCB, CID for offences
including attempt to murder, extortion, criminal intimidation, Arms Act violations and under MCOCA,” CBI said

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