Laila case: Crime branch to bring Tak to Mumbai
The Mumbai Police crime branch will bring Pervez Tak to Mumbai and produce him in a local court in four days.
Mumbai: The Crime Branch of Mumbai police on Saturday got the permission from Kishtwar court of Jammu to bring forest contractor Pervez Tak to Mumbai in connection with Bollywood starlet Laila Khan abduction case.
"We have got four days of transit remand," Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Himanshu Roy said on Saturday.
Now, Tak will be brought to Mumbai and will be produced in a local court in four days.
The crime branch is probing the kidnapping case of Laila and her family.
Forest contractor Pervez Tak, arrested by Jammu and Kashmir police, had reportedly told the interrogators that Laila and others were shot dead in Maharashtra in 2011.
Meanwhile, the crime branch claimed to have recovered around 1,000 photographs of Laila with many high ranking officials and politicians while searching her house on Saturday in suburban Oshiwara.
The starlet and her family - mother Shelina, elder sister Hazmina, twin siblings Zara and Imran and another relative- went missing from Mumbai in February 2011.
A case of kidnapping was registered at the Oshiwara police station in Mumbai on Friday, on the complaint of her father Nadir Patel.
According to the complaint, Tak and his accomplice Asif had kidnapped Laila and others.
- Rupee Good Run Continues, Gains 3 Paise Against Dollar
- Uran Terror Scare: Navi Mumbai Cops Call Off Search Operation
- Parched Cast takes our Movie Quiz and It's Funny
- Navy Calls off Search Operations in URAN; ATS, Police Continue the Hunt
- 'Silly' Sam Allardyce Says Error of Judgment Led to Shock Exit
- Sam Allardyce Exit Leaves England a Laughing Stock Yet Again
- 'Deeply Disappointed' Sam Allardyce Resigns as England Manager
- Former Israeli Prime Minister, Nobel Prize Winner Shimon Peres Passes Away