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A suspect wanted by Interpol on the charges of stabbing jailed Maldivian ex-President Mohamed Nasheed’s lawyer has been spotted in Colombo, News World India said.

The suspect named Shafraz Ibrahim, 20, was spotted at Sosun Villa, a property owned by the Maldivian government in Colombo.

According to a report by Maldives Independent, Shafraz of Karankaage, Raa Atoll Inguraidhoo, was spotted playing football with members of the Maldivian student community.

According to a red notice issued by Interpol on October 15, Shafraz is “wanted by the judicial authorities of Maldives for prosecution,” for “gang assault using sharp weapons.”

A red notice has also been issued for 23-year-old Raaid Ahmed over the September 4 attack.

Shafraz and Raaid are suspected of stabbing lawyer Mahfooz Saeed in the head in broad daylight.

The 26-year-old lawyer narrowly survived the attack. He underwent surgery at Indira Gandhi Memorial Hospital to remove the knife lodged three and a half inches deep above his left ear.

The Maldives Independent quotes a source: “Shafraz was very casual and friendly, he was chatting with other Maldivians and some MECC staff.”
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  • Bala Monday, 19 October 2015 12:44 PM

    So there is Maldivian Government conspiracy involved to harbour fugitives.

    Perumal Monday, 19 October 2015 04:05 PM

    Maldivians have learnt and perfected the game for which Sri Lankans were experts.


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