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Mhow cops get no clues in Mumbai

india Updated: Jun 23, 2006 13:44 IST

THE TWO-MEMBER Mhow police team headed by sub-inspector D P Yadav returned empty handed last night, as it was not able to get any important clue in the Priyanka Chopra-Prakash Jaju case. Priyanka’s father, Ashok Chopra, denied Jaju’s charges and the team that he and his daughter owe nothing to Jaju.

Yadav told Hindustan Times that he and a constable went to Mumbai for investigation in the case filed by Prakash Jaju of Mhow against Priyanka’s father and the underworld don Chhota Shakeel on May 28. After reporting at the office of the assistant commissioner of police (ACP) JK Jaote, he with aid of Mumbai police found that the telephone number 022-26339731 from which threatening call was made on the cell phone (no 9821115095) of Prakash Jaju was of a PCO of Mumbai.

He said that the police had not ruled out the possibility of Ashok Chopra making a call from a PCO and were investigating the possibility.

Mhow TI Ashok Rangshahi said they were now investigating the telephone no of Malaysia (+67347991) from which underworld don Chhota Shakeel had allegedly threatened Jaju. When asked if a team would be sent to Malaysia, Rangshahi said help of international agencies would be sought for the same.