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|Died||August 8, 2016|
|Years active||1980 to 2016|
|Net worth||₹400 crore (equivalent to ₹Formatting error: invalid input when rounding or US$Formatting error: invalid input when rounding in 2018)|
|Spouse(s)||Hasmitha Begum|
Nayeemuddin (died August 8, 2016)), commonly known as Nayeem, was a naxal leader and alleged criminal. He first gained prominence in 1993 due to his alleged involvement killing of Indian Police Service officer K. S. Vyas. He was a resident of Bhongir located in Nalgonda district on the border of Hyderabad.
Nayeem was a leader of Maoist squad which was previously known as "naxalites of People's War". Later, he surrendered to the police. Civil rights activists[who?] claim that after his surrender, Nayeem served as an informer to the police and helped in the elimination of many naxalites and their sympathisers.[when?] Police deny this claim.
Nayeem died in a gun battle with police in 2016.
Chief minister of Telangana, K. Chandrasekhar Rao informed the Telangana Legislative Assembly in December 2016 that, after the death of Nayeemuddin, police arrested 124, registered 174 cases, and seized weapons and properties worth over ₹100 crore (equivalent to ₹Formatting error: invalid input when rounding or US$Formatting error: invalid input when rounding in 2018). Rao further added that the involvement of Nayeem's gang was established in 27 murder cases and its involvement was suspected in another 25 murder cases.
References[edit | edit source]
- "Nayeem, the gangster who knew too much, shot dead - Times of India ►". The Times of India. Retrieved 2018-09-17.
- "How police officials took down Naxal leader Nayeem?". https://www.oneindia.com. Retrieved 2018-09-20. External link in
- Ramu, Marri (2 May 2012). "Nayeemuddin still remains elusive" – via www.thehindu.com.
- "Six of Naxal gang suspected to have killed TRS leader held". 20 May 2014 – via The Economic Times.
- "Slain gangster Nayeem's wife in police custody in Bhongir". Telangana Today. Retrieved 2018-09-17.
- "Slain gangster's associates held for land deals". www.newindianexpress.com. Retrieved 2018-09-17.
- "From Maoist to police informer to gangster: The rise and fall of Nayeem". 2016-08-15. Retrieved 2018-09-17.
- "5 Telangana Cops Suspended For Alleged Links With Gangster Nayeemuddin".
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