J&K sex racket accused surrenders in court
The CBI had announced a cash reward of Rs two lakh for information on Sethi when he failed to appear.india Updated: Jun 21, 2006 17:48 IST
Anil Sethi, the former additional advocate general of Jammu and Kashmir who is wanted in connection with the sex racket in the state, surrendered in a court in Srinagar on Wednesday.
Sethi, who has been absconding and was declared a proclaimed offender by a court in Srinagar, turned himself in before the chief judicial magistrate in Srinagar, CBI sources said.
The CBI had announced a cash reward of Rs two lakh for information on Sethi when he failed to appear before the agency after he was named by a minor victim of the racket last month.