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Hyderabad: Central Crime Station headed to Mumbai to bring Nowhera Shaik back

DECCAN CHRONICLE.
Published Nov 27, 2018, 1:29 am IST
Updated Nov 27, 2018, 1:29 am IST
Nowhera is in the custody of the Maharashtra police, which is probing similar cases registered against her at Mumbai and Thane.
Nowhera Shaik
 Nowhera Shaik

Hyderabad: The Central Crime Station police of Hyderabad that has been waiting to take custody of the Heera group founder Nowhera Shaik is set to leave for Mumbai and bring her to the city on a PT warrant for questioning regarding the Ponzi-like scheme she allegedly ran.

The Hyderabad High Court on November 14 had cancelled her bail given by a lower court in a case booked against her at the Hyderabad Central Crime Station under IPC Sections 406, 409, 420 and 506, Section 5 of Telangana Deposits of Financial Establishment Act and Sections 3, 4, 5 and 6 of The Prize Chits and Money Circulation Schemes Act.

 

Nowhera is in the custody of the Maharashtra police, which is probing similar cases registered against her at Mumbai and Thane.

Detective Department DCP Avinash Mohanty said that a PT warrant was being filed in a court at Mumbai to bring Nowhera back to the city and produce her in Nampally court as her bail had been cancelled.

Biju Thomas of Kerala, who was arrested by the CCS police for giving technical support to the Heera group, was taken into custody by the Cyberabad police for questioning in a similar case registered at Kukatpally.

 

Molly Thomas, the personal assistant and manager at the the Heera group head office here, was produced in the court on Monday after her CCS custody period was completed.

The CCS police which has been been going through huge volumes of data including hundreds of documents recovered from the office of Nowhera is suspecting the involvement of an influential person who was supporting her criminal activities.

“Another person, besides Molly and Biju, who helped Nowhera is suspected to be living abroad. So far, 130 accounts opened by the accused were verified and only transactions worth Rs 25 crore were found,” said DCP Mohanty.

 

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Location: India, Telangana, Hyderabad




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