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The killer arrested a week later: the killer of bullion businessman arrested in Etawah, police engaged in interrogation

The killer arrested a week later: the killer of bullion businessman arrested in Etawah, police engaged in interrogation

In Etawah, seven days ago, the main accused named in the murder of a bullion businessman was arrested. Sirsaganj Police arrested on Thursday, after which the Sirsaganj police handed over the murder accused to the Etawah police. The same police is engaged in taking information about the incident from the accused. 25 -year -old Sachin Yadav son Ajay Singh Yadav was killed on his head in Sundarpur in Thana Friends Colony area a week ago. The victim's father had filed a case against Rajiv, a young man living in the house for two days, in other sections including murder. Ajay Singh, a resident of Bhikan, a young man, has a bullion shop in Homeganj in the city. The deceased Sachin and father Ajay used to sit together. Rajiv Rajput, a resident of village Mohabbatpur in Basrehar police station area of ​​his father, also used to visit Sachin's shop. Rajiv had borrowed two lakh 70 thousand rupees from Sachin, but Rajiv was not giving money. Sachin was constantly pressurizing Rajiv to give money. On July 14, Sachin took Rajiv to his new house in Sundarpur. Sachin had a conversation between the two for not giving money demanding money. On July 15, Rajiv started going to his house with this matter. Sachin and he had a dispute over this. In the midst of this quarrel, Rajiv killed the secretary in the defense. The police questioned the police and registered a case against Rajiv. Since then, the police was trying to arrest him. The police is questioning the arrested accused. SSP Jai Prakash Singh said that there was a dispute between the bullion businessmen and the accused. There was a dispute over Rajiv going home and he was murdered. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 12:51 am
Amitesh Kumar
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