Youth killed over rivalry in Issai Mohalla

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 10 Oct 2017 10:51:58


 

Staff Reporter,

A youth was murdered with sharp edged weapon over a rivalry in Issai Mohalla, Prem Nagar under the jurisdiction of Garha police station in the intervening night of Sunday and Monday.
The deceased has been identified as Gillu alias Akash Singh (26), a resident of Issai Mohalla in Prem Nagar.


SHO of Garha police station, Ravindra Kumar Gautam informed that police received information from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College and Hospital that a man was admitted for treatment of his critical injury in an attack. The man was declared brought dead in primary check-up by doctors.


Learning about the incident, a police team reached the hospital and sent the body for post-mortem after conducting Panchnama. In primary investigation, a man named Robin Singh informed that he along with other family members were sleeping in the house when he heard screaming of his mother. He reached the room of mother when he witnessed three unidentified men who were trying to drag out his younger brother Akash from the house.

Before he managed to interrupt them, one of the three miscreants stabbed the chest of Akash with a knife and managed to escape from the spot on a motorcycle towards Coal Mines area. He along with mother and brother Honey rushed to Akash at Medical Hospital where he was declared brought dead. Robin informed that the miscreants were threatening to Akash for his friendship with Yash Dubey who held a clash with a man named Ratnesh Rakak at Sharda Chowk.


Garha police have registered a case under sections 302 and 34 of the IPC and started investigation to identify and apprehend the accused. On the other hand, a man named Ratnesh Rajak (19), a resident of Sharda Chowk lodged a complaint that he was standing at Shyamla Hills where Yash Dubey, resident of LIC and Gillu, a resident of Kripal Chowk arrived and attacked him with sharp edged weapon and threatened him to life by firing bullet. Garha police have registered a case under sections 294, 324 and 506 of the IPC and started investigation.