Ahmed was arrested along with three others from Mathura when they were heading to Hathras district from Delhi on October 5.
The UP government took the decision to send these officers on Wednesday in view of the law and order situation arising out of the Hathras incident.
Conspiracy against Yogi government: UP police begins probe into antecedents of four men arrested in Mathura
The police had identified the arrested persons as Siddique from Malappuram, Atiq-ur Rehman from Muzaffarnagar, Masood Ahmed from Bahraich and Alam from Rampur.
Hathras gang rape: Day after uncovering 'conspiracy' against Yogi government, UP Police arrests four people with suspected PFI links
The four were in a car and identified themselves as Atiq-ur Rehman of Muzaffarnagar, Siddique of Malappuram, Masood Ahmed of Bahraich and Alam of Rampur, the police said.
All four PFI members -- Dr.Gufran, Dr.Munawer, Ahmad, and Kari Abdul Wajid -- are absconding, they said.
The Karnataka cabinet, led by Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa, will meet on Thursday to discuss a range of issues.
If Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa approves the proposal, the State Home Ministry will write to the Union Home Ministry with its recommendations.
Alam and Ilyas were sent to a seven-day police remand last Thursday, whereas Danish was sent to a four-day police custody on Monday.
Hussain has been named in the FIR lodged over the alleged killing of IB officer Ankit Sharma whose body was recovered from a drain in Chand Bagh on February 26.
While responding to the Governor’s address in Assembly on Wednesday, Yogi said that every citizen had the right to peaceful protest but vandalism would not be tolerated.
The AAP Rajya Sabha member said that there has been no official statement by the Enforcement Directorate on the issue, and alleged that these reports were 'political conspiracies' of the BJP.
Flanked by newly-anointed interim Director General of UP Police HC Awasthi, the additional chief secretary claimed that it was just the beginning of the swoop.
There is nothing in the complaint to show he incited enmity between two communities, he pleaded.
The ED had issued summons to seven office-bearers of the PFI and Rehab India on Tuesday in connection with a money-laundering probe against them.
In a statement, the former union minister rubbished reports questioning the payments made to him by the PFI, and said he was paid for representing Hadiya in the famous case.