Asghar Badshah Wiki – Asghar Badshah Biography
Asghar Badshah is from Bradford who was reported missing in December 2019, has found dead. He is found dead inside the wall cavity of a locked-up former bank. His body was found a month later, on 29 December, in a disused building on Commercial Street in Batley.
Police had forced entry into the Commercial Street building and found Mr. Badshah’s body inside a wall cavity of the bank – which had closed in 2016.
Asghar Badshah was killed at the age of 39.
Mr. Asghar was allegedly kidnapped from Mayo Road, in Bradford, in the early hours of November 30, 2019. West Yorkshire Police said two men and two women arrested on Thursday were due to appear before magistrates in Leeds later.
Police discovered his body in the old bank on Commercial Street, Batley, a month later, on December 29, 2019. The Homicide and Major Enquiry Team is continuing to investigate the alleged murder. As part of investigations, two men and two women were arrested on Thursday. Three of the arrests were made in Bradford and one in Surrey.
West Yorkshire Police today issued a fresh appeal for information as it emerged two men and two women were arrested in connection with the case on Thursday.
- Qaisar Shah, who is 36 years old from Mayo Crescent, Bradford, has been charged with murder, conspiracy to kidnap, and conspiracy to possess criminal property.
- Sabbah Shahmuradi, who is 36 years old from French Wells in Woking, has been charged with murder and conspiracy to kidnap.
- Sobia Syed, who is 37 years old from Henna Close, Bradford, has been charged with conspiracy to possess criminal property.
- Zaban Syed, who is 60 years old from Mayo Road, Bradford, has been charged with conspiracy to possess criminal property.
Det Ch Insp Heather Whoriskey said: “A major policing investigation has been underway into Mr Badshah’s kidnap and murder since 2019.
“We are continuing to follow a number of active lines of enquiry in what has been a long-running and complex case.”
Asghar Badshah Death Cause
He was confirmed dead on December 31 after police identified a body they found inside a former bank in Batley, West Yorkshire.
In a statement, Mr Badshah’s family said: ‘We, as a family, are deeply shocked and devastated by the loss of our dear brother Asghar Badshah.
‘His beautiful smile and charisma, as well as his generosity, will never be forgotten.
‘We, as a family, please ask for privacy during our time of grief as our elderly mother is deeply upset at this time.
‘We pray for justice for Asghar and appeal to the public for any assistance they can provide to the police in this investigation.’
West Yorkshire Police ask anyone with information to contact the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team on 101, referencing Operation Plumeham.