On his way to his home, Khemraj was killed by six people. A dead body was found on the spot.
- Accused absconding since the incident, post-mortem will be done on Monday
In Devpura, 6 people got together and killed a person in a dispute over land. The incident is reported to be Saturday night. The accused inflicted such cruelty with sharp weapons that the blood splatter fell about 20 feet away. The accused is absconding from their homes since the incident.
50-year-old Khemraj son Kalia Meena, a resident of Devpura, was coming from his aunt’s house on Saturday night towards his house by bike. The accused surrounded Khemraj near the Mahi Canal Canal. During this, he was killed by hitting his head with a sharp weapon.
Looking at the body of Khemraj, it seems that about three to four blows have been done on his head. As soon as the information was received, Nithauva police officer Bheemji Garasia Mu police jabta reached the spot. The relatives of the deceased also reached the spot. The relatives did not pick up the body from the spot till Sunday morning. The family continued to demand the arrest of the accused, to resolve the land dispute. During this, the police assured fair action.
The relatives and villagers of the deceased gathered on the spot.
Dead body picked up at one o’clock in the afternoon
Informed to conduct post mortem from medical board. After convincing for a long time, the family agreed and the body was picked up from the scene of the incident at around 1 pm. Police of various police circles were present to maintain law and peace and order.
Now the autopsy will be done on Monday. Police have registered a murder case against Ganesh Putra Dhulia, Laxman Putra Kanji, Shankar Putra Gothia, Lalit Putra Arjun, Mukesh Putra Malia, Bhania Putra Kania. The deceased’s brother Manaram son Kaliya has given the report.
It is being told that the land dispute was going on for more than six months between the deceased Khemraj and the accused. At the time of the lockdown, the hut located on the ground of the deceased was burnt by the accused. The police also called a forensic team from Banswara to collect evidence from the scene of the incident. These samples will be sent to the lab for examination. In this regard, Nithuwa police station in-charge Bheemji Garasia says that a case of murder has been registered. A team has been formed to search the accused.
(Report: Siddharth Shah)