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Wanted criminal Naseem hired kill Pakistani writer Tarek Fateh arrested in Delhi

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Published on November 05, 2017 with No Comments

Delhi Police has nabbed a wanted criminal Naseem, who was carrying a reward of Rs 50,000 on his head. Naseem, who has several cases of attempt to murder, robbery, extortion registered against him, was arrested by the Special Cell of Delhi Police.

As per reports Naseem alias Rizwan is closely linked with the underworld and is believed to be working on the orders of dreaded gangster Chhota Shakeel.

Earlier this year, Delhi Police’s Special Cell had arrested a man called Junaid for planning to eliminate Tarek Fateh, apparently on the orders of the Pakistan-based don Chhota Shakeel.

Junaid – a sharpshooter – was in regular contact with Shakeel, who had given him strict orders to kill Fateh.

Tarek Fateh – a Pakistan-born Canadian writer – is known for his critical observations about the Islamic Sharia Law. Fateh’s critical views on Islamic practices have sparked a bitter debate the Indian sub-continent and earned him a lot of adversaries. Fateh is apparently on fugitive underworld don Dawood Ibrahim’s radar for his critical remarks against Islam and the Sharia Law.

 

 

 

 

 

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