Youth brutally killed over old enmity 

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 29 Dec 2018 15:08:54


 

Staff Reporter,

Sensation prevailed in village Dhanvahi when a youth was brutally killed by smashing his head with stone over an old rivalry under the jurisdiction of Majholi police station, on Friday. The deceased has been identified as Ranji Gond (25), resident of village Dhanvahi in Majholi.

According to Majholi police, they received information of murder of a man named Ranjit Gond. Taking prompt action on the information a police team reached the spot and found the body of Ranjit Sahu in pool of blood in front of residence of Chandansingh Gond.

Senior officers were informed and FSL team was called on the spot for scientific investigation into the case. Police team minutely collected evidences from the spot and sent the body for post-mortem after conducting Panchnama at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College and Hospital. In prima facie of the investigation, police team took statement of deceased’s father named Manishankar Gond (58), resident of village Dhanvahi who informed that he has a son Ranjit and three daughters who are married. He lived along with his wife Kamla Bai, son Ranjit and daughter-in-law, Seema Bai. 

He informed that Ranjit worked at Paddy Procurement Centre Piparia Society. Ranjit held clash with Rajendra Gond’s sons Rohit and Abhishek three year back and they are still rivals. On December 27, Ranjit took dinner in the evening and went in the village. A villager named Heera Singh informed that he witnessed clash between Ranjit and Rohit and Abhishek in front of his house in the night.

He interrupted them for clash when they were dispersed from the spot. At around 10 pm Ranjhi was walking towards residence of Mitthu when Rohit and Abhishek stopped him in front of the house of Chandan and attacked him.

Miscreants killed Ranjhi by smashing his head and face with a heavy stone. Hearing the noise, village named Arjun came out from his house and started shouting to protect Ranjhi when Rohit and Abhishek managed to escape from the spot.

Police took statements of Arjun, Mitthu and Chandan and registered a case under sections 341, 302 and 34 of the IPC on the complaint of Manishankar Gond and started a rigorous search for Rohit Gond and Abhishek Gond who are still at large after the incident.