‘Kashif had gone to offer prayers at mosque when he was picked up’

Family members of Sayyed Arif alias Kashif Sayyed Zafruddin Biyabani (32) of Aurangabad, the third suspect arrested by the ATS in the J M Road case, said Kashif had gone to offer prayers at a nearby mosque when he was picked up. Speaking to reporters at their Ganesh Colony house in Aurangabad city, a family member who opened the door said Kashif had no role to play in any of the crimes and that he was innocent. Kashif is a final year student of a law college in Aurangabad and his elder brother is a lawyer. ATS said his another brother was an accused in the Aurangabad arms seizure case.

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