Kishore murder case resolved in Ludhiana: Rang in mind, stoned friend killed in mind due to minor dispute

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Kishore murder case resolved in Ludhiana: Rang in mind, stoned friend killed in mind due to minor dispute
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Police arrested his friend in the murder of a 12 -year -old teenager in Kasba Samrala in Ludhiana, Punjab. The body of the teenager was found in a drain in Machhiwara bypass in a mutilated condition. The police have solved the murder of this murder.

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the killer's friend came out to be a murderer. The teenager was wrapped on his face. Kishore had scars of wounds in many places in his body. It seemed to be seen that the young man has been killed by beating him. The police suspected that the Kishore was murdered by someone with an identity. The children who were playing with the teenagers who were playing the last time were called by the police to the police station for questioning. It was learned from them that a young man was debated about something.

When that young man was questioned, he agreed that he had killed Kishore. Samrala, a resident of Harsh, who died, is a resident of Ambedkar Colony. Giving information, SP Khanna and DSP Variyam Singh said that Harsh was missing from home for a few days.

Kishore's body was found mutilated on Machhiwara bypass. See CCTV cameras etc. installed in the area. At the same time, where the deceased was seen, the children and people present there were also questioned. After this, the police found the lead in this case and the accused was arrested.

The accused has been identified as Vishal Urf Baja resident Manjali Kalan, Samrala. The cement-spouse used in the murder has been recovered from the accused. Remand will be obtained by presenting the accused in court today.

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