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NEW DELHI: A criminal lodged at Dasna Jail in neighbouring Ghaziabad in connection with a double murder case escaped from All-India Institute of Medical Sciences over the weekend. He was taken there for treatment.
Ashok Pehalwan was arrested along with his accomplices for allegedly being involved in the murder of property dealer Satish Yadav and his security guard Dharmendra on November 29, 2008. The Ghaziabad police had then accused some Delhi Police personnel of having helped the accused.
It is learnt that Ashok was taken to AIIMS for cataract treatment on Saturday. Around 12-45 p.m. on Sunday, he went to take a bath but never returned.
The UP police personnel accompanying him, Manoj, Subhash, Vijay and Indrapal, reported the matter to their superiors and then to the local police. Subsequently a hunt was launched for Ashok and the four policemen were questioned.
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