Greed for property led man to murder elderly aunt in Bahera

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 07 Sep 2018 11:19:20


 

 

Our Correspondent

Waraseoni

The blind murder mystery reported in Bahera village was resolved by Rampayli police and the accused was arrested and sent to jail.


It may be mentioned that a 78-year-old woman was murdered at village Bakera on August 30.
SHO, Rampayli police station Vijay Singh Sisodiya informed that on August 30, Virendra Pardhi, nephew of deceased Bhaganbai Bisen, informed police that some unidentified person had murdered his aunt.


Police reached the spot and during investigation found that deceased had FDR worth Rs 2,40,000 and bank account held a balance of Rs 46,000. Virendra informed that he was nominee but none if the other family members confirmed this fact.


Virendra had asked his aunt to transfer her 2.25 acre land in his name but his aunt refused to do so. All the valuable and ornaments were kept in the almirah safely.


Police strictly interrogated Virendra Lekhram Parhdi (46) and he informed that on August 27, he had asked his aunt for division of property. The deceased was not withdrawing the FDR despite its maturity and Virendra was annoyed with this.
Out of anger, Virendra killed his aunt by strangulating her. He confessed to killing his aunt though initially he tried to mislead police. Police have booked the accused under Section 302 of IPC and arrested him.


This murder mystery was solved under direction of the SP and SDOP by SHO Virendra Singh Sisodiya, ASI Yogendra Singh, Head constable Gomendra Bisen, Constable Vivek Thakre and Virendra Rawatkar.