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Kamlesh Tiwari case: Delhi lawyer Mohammad Naved Siddiqui arrested for helping the killers hide after the murder

8 people have been arrested to far in the Kamlesh Tiwari murder case. The Delhi High Court lawyer Mohammad Naved Siddiqui was arrested on Thursday night. He had provided logistical support to the killers and had helped them cross the Nepal border on October 19.

Another link has emerged in the Kamlesh Tiwari murder case. A Delhi-based lawyer Mohammad Naved Siddiqui has been arrested from Bareilly after it was revealed that he had harboured the two killers of Tiwari and had helped them cross the border into Nepal.

As per reports, Lawyer Mohammad Naved Raza Siddiqui is associated with the Bareilly-based Islamic shrine and is registered to practise at the Delhi High Court. Siddiqui had reportedly harboured Ashfaq and Moinuddin and had personally taken them to the Nepal border near Lakhimpur-Kheri’s Gauri Fanta.

As per reports, Syed Kaifi Ali, a cleric in the Bareli-based Islamic shrine was arrested on Tuesday night. Ali had stated to the police that both the murderers, Ashfaq and Moinuddin had arrived at the shrine to meet him and Naved after killing Tiwari and had confessed to the murder on October 18.

Read: Kamlesh Tiwari Murder: Bareilly cleric arrested for helping the accused, ATS reveals killers visited maulana after killing Tiwari

Naved, the lawyer, had allegedly received a call from one Sadiq Sheikh from Karnataka who had asked Naved and Ali to provide all possible help to Ashfaq and Moinuddin. While Ali left for home, Naved reportedly ensured their treatment, shelter and all other help. Naved later drove the killers in his sedan to Gauri Fanta and helped them cross into the Nepal border. They had stayed with Kamran, a mobile shop owner in the Nepal side. After staying there for a day, the killer duo had decided to return to India and surrender.

Another person named Syed Asim Ali was nabbed from Nagpur by the Gujarat ATS and brought to Lucknow.

Read: Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind extends legal and financial support to Islamists who brutally murdered Hindu activist Kamlesh Tiwari

UP Police have informed that the lawyer had arranged for the killers to find local accommodation in Nepal and had himself crossed the border to ensure necessary arrangements. Naved Siddiqui had also arranged two local mobile phones and cash for Ashfaq and Moinuddin.

On October 20, Naved Siddiqui had again helped them to return to India. After talking to Ashfaq’s wife and father, the duo had decided to surrender to Gujarat ATS. They had returned to Palia in Lakhimpur Kheri and went to Delhi via Shahjahanpur. From Delhi, they had boarded the Porbandar Express to Gujarat.

The UP police have arrested 8 people so far in the Kamlesh Tiwari murder case.

The two killers, Moinuddin and Ashfaq are now being interrogated. They were reportedly cross-questioned along with the lawyer yesterday to extract more details of the murder and conspiracy.

Read: After brutally murdering Kamlesh Tiwari, Ashfaq spoke to his wife and father: Listen to the call

Moinuddin, along with Ashfaq, was arrested by Gujarat ATS on October 22 from Gujarat-Rajasthan border after being on the run for four days. While Moinuddin worked as Zomato delivery boy, Ashfaq, second man arrested for the murder of Kamlesh Tiwari, worked as a medical representative in a pharma company. He had forged his colleague’s Aadhaar to pose as Rohit Solanki, a Hindu rights activist, to gain the trust of Tiwari.

It has also been revealed now that Ashfaq and Moinuddin wanted to video record the murder of Tiwari and use it to send a message to warn anyone who dares to ‘Insult Islam’.

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