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Bringing back Arav will take time and cooperation of UAE, India: experts

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Bringing back Rabiul Islam aka Arav Khan, accused of killing a police inspector in 2018, from Dubai will take time as it requires the cooperation of Indian and UAE authorities.

There are two ways to bring back the accused, according to a legal expert and a police officer with knowledge on Interpol’s operations.

One is through a cooperation between India and the UAE authorities, and the other through coordinated efforts by Interpol.

Rabiul Islam, who goes by the name Arav Khan in Dubai recently came into the spotlight as Bangladesh cricket superstar Shakib Al Hasan was invited to inaugurate the fugitive accused’s jewellery store in Dubai on March 15. Shakib did go to the Gold Souk in Dubai to join the inauguration but returned to his hotel seeing mismanagement, said witnesses.

The DB on April 11, 2019, pressed charges against Rabiul and nine others in the murder case of Mamun Emran Khan, then inspector of the Special Branch of police, said Shahidur Rahman, additional deputy commissioner of the Detective Branch (Khilgaon zone) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police. Soon after the murder on July 7, 2018, Rabiul fled to India. He obtained an Indian passport in 2020 and later went to Dubai where he has a resident permit till next year.

In order to bring back the accused to Bangladesh, authorities have to request India to communicate with the UAE authority to send Rabiul back to India since he went there using an Indian passport, noted lawyer Khurshid Alam Khan told The Daily Star.

Once Rabiul is handed over to India, he will face legal actions on charge of trespassing and obtaining an Indian passport through fraudulent means.

“He will then be sentenced to around six years imprisonment by an Indian court and after he serves the jail term, India will deport him to Bangladesh since he is actually a Bangladesh citizen,” Khurshid told The Daily Star.

The lawyer said the process will take some time, but it is possible to bring the accused back in this manner.

A police officer, who is also familiar with the process of bringing back fugitive accused persons hiding abroad, said deportation of Rabiul is also possible through Interpol, but it will take time.

The officer said the National Central Bureau, Bangladesh’s focal point for all Interpol activities, will have to communicate with NCB, New Delhi and NCB Dubai chapter as Rabiul went to Dubai with an Indian passport despite being a Bangladeshi citizen.

“The NCBs of the three countries need to cooperate to deport the fugitive accused,” said the officer who preferred not to be named.

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