Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh):
The accused within the Gorakhnath temple assault case, Murtaza, will likely be despatched to Anti-Terror Squad (ATS) headquarter in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh’s for additional inquiry on Wednesday. He will likely be moved to lucknow after a medical check.
His laptop computer and cellular can even be despatched to Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) for investigation.
The Uttar Pradesh ATS is investigating the case.
The UP-ATS on Monday reached Mumbai and learnt that the accused Murtaza had not met his relations since final three years.
Yesterday, the group visited Navi Mumbai the place the accused Murtaza used to dwell earlier along with his household.
UP ATS group has reached Mumbai to research the Gorakhnath Temple assault case. Yesterday, the group visited Navi Mumbai the place the accused Murtaza used to dwell earlier along with his household. Murtaza didn’t meet his relations for the final 3 years.
Notably, the daddy of the accused has stated that his son is mentally not steady and had no plan to commit the offence.
“He is not mentally stable. Since childhood, he is suffering from depression. He also received medical treatment,” Munir Ahmed Abbasi, the daddy of the accused instructed ANI whereas including that on account of some developments (in his psychological well being), the accused believed that police have been after him.”He had no planning and did this due to his current mental state,” Mr Abbasi added.
According to Uttar Pradesh Police, a person forcibly tried to enter the Gorakhnath Temple premises and attacked the on-duty police personnel with a pointy weapon on Sunday. The accused has been recognized as Ahmed Murtaza Abbasi, a resident of Gorakhpur.
The Uttar Pradesh authorities has determined handy over the probe to the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS).ADG (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar stated the person who attacked two police personnel at Gorakhnath temple has been arrested.
“He is a resident of Gorakhpur. A sickle has been recovered from him. An FIR has been lodged against him. There could be a terror angle in it. The case will be transferred to ATS,” he stated.
Police stated the accused Ahmed Murtaza Abbasi, after being offered in court docket on Monday, has been despatched to judicial custody.
Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya stated strict motion will likely be taken primarily based on the investigation.