SA’s most-wanted fugitive from justice Ajay Gupta attended a wedding and then retired to a palatial bungalow in northern India when Jacob Zuma resigned.The Times of India reported on Sunday that Gupta — who is being sought by the Hawks — had arrived in Dehradun on February 13 after attending a wedding. "The Guptas have a palatial bungalow in Curzon Road in the city‚ where Ajay is believed to have stayed till February 16‚ a day after the news of Zuma’s resignation broke… During his stay in Dehradun‚ the businessman did not leave the bungalow and remained inside‚" reported The Times of India.Speculation is rife about the whereabouts of Ajay Gupta. Police Minister Fikile Mbalula said on Sunday that lawyers had initially offered to co-operate with the Hawks and hand Ajay Gupta over‚ but since then played "cat and mouse". The Hawks are still hunting for him‚ and have sought assistance from authorities abroad.Sygnia CEO Magda Wierzycka and investigator Paul O’Sullivan have offered substan...

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