Murder of an international biker: his wife arrested after 3 years, remanded in custody for 10 days | Jaipur News

JAISALMER: Jaisalmer Police made a big breakthrough in the high-profile murder case of international biker Asbak Mon when they arrested his wife Sumera Parvez, the crime mastermind, from Bengaluru and brought her here on Saturday. She was brought before the court, which remanded her in custody for 10 days. Mon was killed in Jaisalmer in 2018 while he was here to participate in an international cycling rally.
It was a big challenge for the police to arrest Sumera, as she managed to dodge the police for the past three years by changing her location and SIM card. Police, who had issued a lookout against her, have so far arrested three people in connection with it. One of the accused is still at large. The police sent teams to arrest the fourth criminal.
Earlier, Mon’s death was filed as a normal accident case. Later, SP Ajay Singh revealed during the inquest that Mon had been murdered.
SP Bhanwar Singh Nathawat told TOI that on August 18, 2018, Sumera Parvez, originally from Kerala and currently residing in Bengaluru, reported that her husband and friends Sanjay Kumar, Vishwas SD, Abdul Sadik and others came to Jaisalmer to participate. in India Baja Rally 2018. She said that on August 16, 2018, her husband and his friends went to practice in the sand dunes. Later, she received a message saying he was dead. Apparently he got lost in the sand dunes and died of thirst and hunger.
A case was filed at Shahgarh police station and an investigation was opened. During the inquest, the deceased’s brother sent in a complaint suspecting that the death was unnatural. Then-SP Ajay Singh saw the report and ordered a murder complaint to be filed and investigated.
Deputy SP Bhawani Singh thoroughly investigated the matter and found that Sanjay Kumar and Vishwas SD were involved in the crime. They were arrested and taken into custody. The other defendants Sumera and Abdul Sadik were at large. Teams were sent in but failed to stop the two.
A new team was formed and a responsible cyber cell was sent with the team. The team based on technical evidence arrested Sumera on May 13, 2022 in Bengaluru and brought her to Jaisalmer on Saturday. She was presented to court on Sunday and remanded in custody for 10 days.

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