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Brit held for murder, forgery escapes from railway station

Mohammed Ali Ege, a 37-year-old British national who was lodged in a prison here as an undertrial in a fake passport case registered in Hyderabad and Delhi, escaped from the custody of escort police at the Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station in Delhi while being brought here from New Delhi.

Published: 14th April 2017 02:28 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th April 2017 05:38 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Mohammed Ali Ege, a 37-year-old British national who was lodged in a prison here as an undertrial in a fake passport case registered in Hyderabad and Delhi, escaped from the custody of escort police at the Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station in Delhi while being brought here from New Delhi.

The accused, on the pretext of relieving himself, went into the washroom and escaped from there by removing the window grills.


Ali, an accused in fake passport cases, registered by the CID of Telangana and Delhi police, was lodged in the Cherlapally Jail as an undertrial. On April 11, the Special Armed Reserve (CAR) police shifted him to Delhi to produce him in court in a case registered there, additional DGP (prisons) VK Singh said. Commandant of SAR City Police Lines Mahendra Kumar Rathod said the escort personnel produced Mohammed Ali before the Patiala court.

“After the court proceedings, the accused was being brought back to Hyderabad by a train. The escort team reached the Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station to board a train to Hyderabad and were waiting at GRP room.

The accused requested the police to allow him to go to the washroom, and he escaped from there by removing the window grills of the washroom,” Rathod told Express. 


As Ali did not come out of the washroom after a long time, the escort team, which was waiting outside,  broke open the door and found the window grills removed. The police party lodged a complaint with the Government Railway Police at the Nizamuddin station.

Police officials in Hyderabad got in touch with Delhi GRP officials and provided them details of the accused.



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