Serial killer confesses to involvement in 33 murders

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 12 Sep 2018 10:45:03



Staff Reporter

The tally of murders in murderous highway robbers gang is rising with each passing day and in the fresh revelations, the serial killer and kingpin of gang, Adesh Khamra (50), presently in custody of Misrod police, has confessed three more killings after which the tally of murders reached 33. The accused in his fresh confession has claimed to have killed two relatives and another truck driver.

Khamra has claimed his involvement in a murder which took place in the year 2010. The revelation has kept the cops guessing as the figure has touched 33 from 14 within the date of busting of gang and a few days of interrogation.
Police have now cracked an eight-year-old case of a missing truck driver and cleaner, both relatives, with the confession of the accused Adesh Khamra on Tuesday.

Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Dharmendra Choudhary, addressing mediapersons said, “The accused has so far confessed to have been involved in 33 murder cases after his revelation that he has been involved in three more separate cases of murders, including the two relatives, in the year 2010.”

A truck laden with steel rods and its staff, including Rajesh Yadav and Manoj Yadav, had gone missing in 2010 when the truck left Bhopal. Later, their bodies were found to be dumped at two separate places, including Biaora and Malanpur, after which a case under sections 302 and 201 of the IPC was registered in the local police station of Bhind while a case of missing person was also registered in Betul as the deceased were residents of the city.

The accused has also confessed his involvement in another murder of a truck driver who was killed after giving him sleeping pills and whose body was later dumped on Bhind-Itawa Road. The tuck was laden with betel nut.

Now, the SIT, which is probing the case, will approach the local police stations to dig out further details of the third murder while police is in touch with Betul police in connection with the two murders. The sensational case had created shock waves in the media after police claimed the accused was involved in 14 murders while later the figure touched 19 and then 30 and now it’s 33. “We are in touch with cops of as many as six states and several other districts of Madhya Pradesh as either the murders have taken place in these states or there are links and clues in these states and MP’s other districts, said DIG Choudhary.