Interpol Accepted ‘Red Notice’ Request against Arav Khan, Says IGP

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Interpol has accepted the request letter sent by the Bangladesh police to issue a red notice against Arav Khan alias Rabiul Islam, a Dubai-based gold dealer and fugitive suspect in the murder of a police officer.

Inspector General of Police (IGP) Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun revealed the information at an event in Chattogram on Monday, reports UNB.

“We requested to issue a red notice against him. Interpol has accepted it,” said the IGP.

“We are working on the issue. We can’t disclose the details at this moment,” he added.

Earlier, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said on Saturday (March 18) that efforts were underway to bring Arav Khan alias Rabiul Islam, the fugitive accused in the police officer murder case, to the country through the international police agency Interpol.

The minister said, "All efforts are being made to bring him back with the help of Interpol."

A senior Detective Branch official on Thursday (March 16) said cricketer Shakib al Hasan and content creator Hero Alam who participated in the inauguration of Arav Jewellers in Dubai may be questioned for the sake of investigation.

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