Sidhu Moose Wala Murder: Key Accused Sachin Bishnoi Nabbed In Azerbaijan, Anmol Bishnoi Traced To Kenya

Sidhu Moose Wala Murder: Key Accused Sachin Bishnoi Nabbed In Azerbaijan, Anmol Bishnoi Traced To Kenya

New Delhi: A key suspect in connection with Punjabi singer Sidhu Moose Wala has been nabbed from Azerbaijan while another’s location has been tracked in Kenya, sources told ABP News. Sachin Thapan, a relative of Lawrence Bishnoi the prime suspect in the case, was nabbed from Azerbaijan while Bishnoi’s brother, Anmol Bishnoi has been traced in Kenya, as per sources. 

Both Thapan and Anmol Bishnoi fled the country before Moose Wala’s murder on fake passports. Sachin was detained in Azerbaijan’s capital Baku for two weeks. According to top officials, he left for Azerbaijan from Dubai on May 31. 

After Moose Wala’s death, Sachin claimed to the media that he had killed the singer. However, whether these two are the same or not is yet to be confirmed. During Lawrence’s interrogation, it was told that Anmol Bishnoi was going to America, now he is suspected to be in Kenya. 

The Punjab Police along with the Union Ministry of External Affairs has now started the process of bringing Sachin back to India.

Investigating agencies suspect that Sachin Bishnoi was already aware Moosewala’s murder. According to the sources, Sachin Bishnoi runs the Lawrence Bishnoi gang from abroad. He is said to be the nephew of Lawrence Bishnoi.

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Thapan, a resident of Punjab’s Fazilka district, had fled from the country on a fake passport where his name was registered as Tilak Raj Tuteja under an address from Delhi’s Sangam Vihar. 

Sachin Thapan, Anmol Bishnoi, Lawrence Bishnoi along with over a dozen others are included in the case. 

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On Friday an official had said that the Punjab Police has filed a chargesheet against 34 accused in the case in the Mansa district of Punjab of which eight are yet to be arrested as per a report by news agency ANI. “As of now, 4 people are in foreign countries while 8 people are yet to be arrested. A total of 122 people are there for testimony,” Senior Superintendent of Police, Gaurav Toora had said.