Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (MS)
Bengaluru, Nov 2: The National Investigating Agency (NIA), which is investigating the murder case of Hindu activist Praveen Nettaru that took place at Sullia of Dakshina Kannada has announced a reward for those who will provide information on four members of the now banned Popular Front of India (PFI), who are absconding.
The NIA has announced Rs five lac reward for information on Mohammed Mustafa alias Mustafa Paijaru, resident of Boodu Mane of Ballare village of Sullia taluk, Rs five lac for M H Thufail, resident of backside of Gaddige mosque of Madikeri, Rs two lac for information on M R Ummer Farooque, resident of Kallumutlu Mane of Sullia town and Rs two lac for Aboobacker Siddique alias painter Siddique alias Gujuri Siddique, resident of Bellare village of Sullia.
The NIA said that continuous search is on for the absconding accused. However, they are not traceable. If public come to knjow about the whereabouts of these accused, they are requested to provide information to the office of NIA police superintendent on eighth floor of Sir M Vishweshwaraiah Kendriya Sadana in Dommalur of Bengaluru. Alternatively, public can also provide information on phone numbers 080-29510900, 8904241100 and email@example.com. The name of the informer will be kept confidential.