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Malaysian Fugitive Woman On The Run In India

Contributed by Anonymous on Wednesday, February 27 @ 07:29:28 CST

National: Politics
By P. Vijian

CHENNAI, Feb 26 (Bernama) -- Stacked among the priority files of the Mumbai police is one on an elusive woman, wanted in connection with forging passports and criminal breach of trust cases over the past two years.

She has been a thorn in the side of the police as their attempts to track her down through the all-points bulletins (APB) is thwarted by the woman's cunning and what is suspected to be "underworld connections".

The woman who is one step ahead of the police in Mumbai - a hotbed for organised crime syndicates linked to India's leading underworld don Dawood Ibrahim - is not a local.

The 36-year-old is a Malaysian!

Just last week, immigration authorities at the Chennai International Airport detained the woman when she attempted to flee to Malaysia.

Slippery as an eel, she gave police investigators the slip.

"She has been on the police 'Wanted List' in Mumbai for the past two years. Mumbai police have alerted all airports to prevent her from leaving India," an investigating officer in Chennai told Bernama today.

Initial police investigations have revealed that following the escape, the woman went into hiding in Tiruchi where a police team has been despatched to track her down.

Indian police learnt of this development after detaining a Sri Lankan woman entrepreneur who admitted sheltering the fugitive while the former was in hiding in Chennai.

According to investigations, the Sri Lankan was living in Chennai without valid do*****ents and had helped the fugitive.

"Under police interrogation, she revealed that the fugitive was hiding in Tiruchi," a source said.

Meanwhile, police have sought a Malaysian, Alamelu Lakshmi Kanthan to facilitate investigations into several cases of forgery and criminal breach of trust committed over the past two years.

While Mumbai is India's financial hub, underworld figures are known to have made it their powerful base to expand their illegal business empires -- from drug trafficking to arms smuggling - into a trans-boundary network stretching from Bangkok to Dubai.




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