Noida resident wrongly arrested by Abu Dhabi government – here’s why | Job Binary

A businessman from Noida, who was mistakenly arrested by the Abu Dhabi government due to false identity, landed in India early on Sunday, reports news agency ANI.

The businessman has been identified as Praveen Kumar, a resident of Noida in Uttar Pradesh. Abu Dhabi police arrested him because they thought he was the criminal they were looking for.

According to ANI reports, Praveen Kumar was mugged at the airport after landing in India from Abu Dhabi, where he was mistakenly detained by the police. However, he was later released.

After landing in India today, Praveen Kumar told ANI, “The CID there at the airport detained me once and then let me go, after which they detained me a second time when I was on my way to departure.”

“They kept me overnight, forced me to accept that I was someone else, put me in a holding cell in the morning, took me to another city, detained me and interrogated me again. I would like to thank Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UP. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for his swift action. in the case,” Praveen Kumar added.

Earlier, when the news of Praveen Kumar’s arrest in a foreign country broke, Gautam Buddh Nagar DM SL Yathiraj told ANI, “Abu Dhabi police arrested one Praveen Kumar from Habibpur of Gautam Buddha Nagar area on information given at the airport. The family who filed an application for his release. Ministry of External Affairs, The Indian embassy and the state home ministry were informed.”

He said the authorities later informed the family about Praveen Kumar’s release and he is coming back to India.

“The local police also investigated. The family has now informed us that Praveen Kumar has been released and is on his way back to India. The district administration and UP government are committed to help all citizens in every possible way,” the DM added.

(with ANI income)

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