Telangana police nab Nayeem's Goa den keeper

According to remand report Tajuddin was the den keeper of Nayeem's guest house at Pondaborin in Goa.

Hyderabad: The Narsingi police arrested gangster Nayeem’s Goa den keeper Mohammed Tajuddin, 49, on Thursday and produced him at the Cyberabad Metropolitan Magistrate Court at Rajendranagar. He was remanded to judicial custody for 14 days.

According to remand report Tajuddin was the den keeper of Nayeem’s guest house at Pondaborin in Goa. He was arrested during vehicle checking. He had come to the city after seeing the report on the death of Nayeem on TV. Tajuddin had told the police that Nayeem used to visit the guest house with his wife and sometimes with four other women including Farhana, the cook of Nayeem.

“These women and some other persons used to discuss financial transactions and used to receive money from people in Goa and hand them over to Nayeem. Nayeem used to enjoy with women at the guest house. He used to carry many mobile phones and SIMS were kept in a box at the guest house. The guest house called as Coconut is registered in the name of Farhana. Nayeem also purchase another house near a church called Church House,” Thajuddin said.

Farhana used to give instructions to Tajuddin and Nayeem purchased two wheelers for her use. He used to keep cash, land documents and other material in bedroom of Nayeem at Coconut.

Police seized Rs 4.3 lakh and a knife from him. Tajuddin belongs to Abbasia Colony in Kanagal in Nalgonda district. Tajuddin confessed that he took loans at the time of the marriage of his daughters and they forced him to repay the loans.

In this connection he approached his wife’s distant relative Nayeem who gave him Rs 30,000. Nayeem asked him to work at the guest house and promised to take care of his family and also pay him salary. In 2012 he went to Goa by keeping his family at Champapet and working as a watchman at the guest house.

Cases have been registered by the Narsingi police for criminal conspiracy (120B), wrongful confinement (342), kidnapping, abducting women to force them into marriage or for sexual purpose (366), extortion (384), forgery (467) cheating (468), using forged documents (471) and criminal intimidation (506).

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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