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Arav Khan's extradition is not impossible: Home Minister
Dhaka, May 11: Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that it is not impossible to bring back Arav Khan, the gold trader and the accused in the police murder case discussed in Dubai. After inaugurating the Bangabandhu Corner at the Police Staff College on Wednesday (May 10) afternoon, the Home Minister said, in response to a question from the journalists, nothing is impossible. There is nothing that Bangladesh cannot do.
Aarav Khan sentenced to 10 years imprisonment in arms case
Dhaka, May 9: The court sentenced Rabiul Islam alias Arav Khan to 10 years of rigorous imprisonment in a case filed under the Arms Act. Besides, he was sentenced to another three months imprisonment without paying a fine of 10,000 taka. On Tuesday (May 9), Dhaka's Sixth Additional Metropolitan Sessions Judge and Metro Special Tribunal-14 Judge Murshid Ahmed's court announced the verdict.
Aarav Khan under surveillance in Dubai
Dhaka, March 24: Absconding accused in the case of the murder of Special Branch (SB) Inspector Mamun Imran Khan, Rabiul Islam alias Apan alias Aarav Khan, is under the surveillance of members of the law enforcement agencies of Dubai, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said.
News of Arav Khan's arrest is not true
Dhaka, March 22: The information on the arrest of Rabiul Islam alias Aarav Khan, who fled to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), is not correct. State Minister for Foreign Affairs Md. Shahriar Alam said this.
Police murder case accused Arav Khan has 5 citizenships at just 30
Dhaka, March 17: He is Aarav Khan, was born and brought up in a remote village, and is from a lower-middle-class background. He acquired citizenship of five countries at the age of just 30. He is known now as a gold trader in Dubai. Suddenly, his other identity has been revealed. Police think that this Arav Khan is Rabiul Islam, the accused in the case of burning police inspector Mamun Imran Khan. After inviting cricket star Shakib Al Hasan to the launch of his jewelery shop in Dubai, his real identity was suddenly exposed.