NIA officer murder case: Cops release video grabs of Tanzil Ahmed's suspected killers
Following two days of investigation, Uttar Pradesh Police on Tuesday released a video grab of two suspects in National Investigation Agency (NIA) officer Tanzil Ahmed murder case.
New Delhi: Following two days of investigation, Uttar Pradesh Police on Tuesday released a video grab of two suspects in National Investigation Agency (NIA) officer Tanzil Ahmed murder case.
The police have released the grabs from the video recording of the wedding function from which Tanzil was returning at the time of the incident.
According to a report in the Times of India, the cops zeroed in on the two men after guests at the marriage function, catering staff and hosts confirmed that the suspects in the video were not known to them.
Ahmed, probing terror cases related to Indian Mujahideen, was on Sunday shot dead by two unidentified motorcycle -borne assailants who also wounded his wife when they were returning home from a wedding near UP's Bijnor town.
In a "planned attack", the killers pumped 24 bullets at 45-year-old Mohd Tanzil Ahmad and four at his wife Farzana, as their daughter, 14, and son, 12, watched the gruesome incident from the back seat of the Wagon-R car they were travelling in, police said, adding the children were not injured.
Ahmad was returning home in Sahaspur village of Bijnor district with his family after attending his niece's wedding in another nearby village in the same district, which is about 150 km from Delhi.
Police termed the killing of Ahmad, posted as Inspector initially with the NIA's intelligence wing and later in its investigation department, as a "planned attack" and did not rule out the possiblity of a terror angle behind the shootout.