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Cops dispatched to Amritsar to catch Yug Tuli

THE ASIAN AGE. | PRIYANKA NAVALKAR
Published : Jan 16, 2018, 5:35 am IST
Updated : Jan 16, 2018, 6:34 am IST

The team has been trailing Tuli ever since he was spotted at Hyderabad airport, along with his wife Pritina last week.

Fourteen people were killed in a fire at Kamala Mills compound on Dec. 29.
 Fourteen people were killed in a fire at Kamala Mills compound on Dec. 29.

Mumbai: A Mumbai police team has been dispatched to Amritsar, where the absconding co-owner of Mojo's Bistro, who is wanted in the Kamala mill fire case, is suspected to have fled from Hyderabad via road. The police are also likely to announce a cash reward to the person/s who can provide information on the absconding co-owner of Mojo’s Bistro- Yug Tuli.

The team has been trailing Tuli ever since he was spotted at Hyderabad airport, along with his wife Pritina last week

 

Police sources said that the police had issued a lookout notice to nab Tuli on Wednesday, but has yet not availed any results. According to the tip off received by the cops, Tuli had absconded to Hyderabad a day after the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC)’s fire department revealed in their report on Friday that the fire was started at Mojo’s Bistro and not 1Above, as earlier speculated. The fire report stated that the flying embers from lighted charcoal used for hukkah preparation at Mojo’s Bistro restaurant is the probable supposed cause of the fire.

A source close to the investigation said  The police will also announce a bounty of Rs1 lakhon receiving Tuli’s information.

 

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