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Heavy reward for shooters in Umesh Pal murder case



Prayagraj: The declared reward on the fugitive main shooters of the notorious Umesh Pal murder case in Prayagraj has been increased to Rs 2.5 lakh each. This was announced by DGP Dr DS Chauhan. A reward of Rs 2.5 lakh each has been announced for those who provide the address of the main fugitive shooters.

A reward of two and a half lakhs for Atiq Ahmed’s son as well
A two and a half lakh reward was also earmarked for Asad’s son, Atiq Ahmed, the gunman who played the lead role in the Umesh Pal murder case. In contrast, a reward of two and a half lakhs was earmarked for gunslinger Armaan and gunslinger Ghulam Mohammad, who were already ambushed in the adjacent store.

Bomber gunner Guddu Muslim, who was seen in CCTV footage as he attacked Umesh Pal, also announced a reward of Rs 2.5 lakh. Meanwhile, a 2.5 lakh reward was also announced on another main shooter, Sabir.

Let us tell you that there was a daring attack on BJP leader and lawyer Umesh Pal on Friday, February 24 at around 4:45 p.m. at Sulemasarai Bazar GT Road under Dhumanganj Police Station in Prayagraj. The attackers surrounded them from all sides and fired bullets and bombs. In which Umesh Pal and two gunner soldiers engaged in his security were killed.

The reward for the main shooters involved in the murder case of Umesh Pal of Prayagraj has been raised from Rs 50,000 to Rs 2.50 lakh. Prayagraj Police Station had sent a proposal to increase the reward, which was approved.

Umesh Pal, the key witness to the 2005 murder of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MP Raju Pal, was gunned down outside his residence in Prayagraj a few days ago. The main defendant in the Raju Pal murder case is mobster-turned-politician Atiq Ahmed, who is currently incarcerated in a prison in Gujarat.

Based on a complaint filed by Umesh Pal’s wife, Jaya Pal, a case was filed at Dhumanganj Police Station against Atiq Ahmed, his brother Ashraf, his wife Shaista Parveen, his two sons, his assistants Guddu Muslim and Ghulam and nine others.

Articles 147 (riot), 148 (riot, armed with a deadly weapon), 149 (any member of an unlawful assembly guilty of an offense committed in pursuit of a common object), 302 (murder), 307 (attempted murder) 506 A case was registered under IPC (criminal intimidation) and 120B (criminal association) and relevant sections of the Explosive Substances Act.

Jaya Pal has alleged that her husband Umesh Pal was the main witness in the Raju Pal murder case. In 2006, Atiq Ahmed and his associates abducted her and forced her to give a statement in their favor in court. Umesh Pal had lodged a complaint in this regard and the case continued. On February 24, a hearing was held in this case, for which Umesh Pal, his nephew and two security officers Sandeep Nishad and Raghavendra Singh reached the court.

Jaya Pal had alleged that when they were returning home and Umesh Pal and his security personnel got out of their car, Atiq Ahmed’s son, Guddu Muslim, Ghulam and nine of their associates attacked them with bullets and bombs. Umesh Pal and his two security guards were killed in the incident. Arbaz, who was allegedly driving the attackers’ car, was killed during an encounter in Prayagraj.
Entrance – Shivpujan Singh