4 accused escape from Court

BANGALORE: Four of the nine accused who were brought to the FTC 17th Court for trial in connection with a murder case allegedly escaped from the court premises on Friday. However, police manag

Published: 31st March 2012 02:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 09:51 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Four of the nine accused who were brought to the FTC 17th Court for trial in connection with a murder case allegedly escaped from the court premises on Friday. However, police managed to arrest the five who also made a bid to escape.

The accused have been identified as Muju, Sadiq, Appu and Ansar.

Wilson Garden police Inspector Gopalareddy K P had filed a charge-sheet against them in the case. They had allegedly murdered K P Z Hussain, 60, with legal weapons at Wilson Garden police station limits on February 25, 2006 in connection with a controversy over a mosque at J K Pur.

Hussain’s daughter Tamim Ansari had complained to the police.

The accused Abdul Karim, Abdul Rahim, Rafeeq, Rizwan and Tipu have been sent to Central Prison at Parappana Agrahara, the police said.

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