Wanted shooter Mohammad Kaif spotted with former RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin

In a major development signalling trouble for former RJD parliamentarian Shahabuddin who is out on release, a video has gone viral in which wanted sharpshooter Mohammad Kaif can be seen standing with the leader after his release from prison.

Published: 14th September 2016 04:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th September 2016 04:47 AM   |  A+A-

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By ANI

BHAGALPUR: In a major development signalling trouble for former RJD parliamentarian Shahabuddin who is out on release, a video has gone viral in which wanted sharpshooter Mohammad Kaif can be seen standing with the leader after his release from prison.

Kaif is one of the accused in the murder of Hindustan daily’s Siwan bureau chief Rajdev Ranjan.

“Police probe against the accused Mohammad Kaif) in case of journalist Rajdev Ranjan’s murder is underway,” Siwan SP Saurabh Shah told ANI.

In the video clip, Kaif can be seen standing right next to Shahabuddin and cheering him on, as he spoke to media after being released on bail on Saturday.

Patna High Court granted Shahabuddin bail in the case of a murder of a witness to the 2004 killing of two brothers in Siwan.

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