270) Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: Murder for murder, Revenge for revenge, killed for killing

Welder convicted of murdering 14-year-old

The City Civil and Sessions court, on Wednesday, convicted a 24-year-old youth for abducting a 14-year-old boy and murdering him to take revenge on his family, who were his neighbours in Chandra Layout, in 2015. The quantum of the sentence will be pronounced on Thursday.

On February 4, 2015, Kiran Yadav, an eighth standard student of Sri Chaitanya Techno School, went missing after he was dropped by his school bus near his house.

Victim was a neighbour

“Manjunath (the accused), who was Kiran’s neighbour, told him that his younger brother Tilak had met with an accident and was hospitalised. He said that his family members were in the hospital. He offered to drop him at the hospital, and Kiran agreed,” a senior police officer said.

Kiran’s parents had lodged a missing complaint with the police the same day. There was no sign of Kiran until February 10 when Chandra Layout Inspector Sudharshan stumbled on CCTV footage of Manjunath taking Kiran on his bike. The police questioned Manjunath. He claimed to have murdered the boy and dumped his body in a drain at an isolated spot in Bangalore University (BU) campus.

Body found after a week

The highly decomposed body was found on February 11. Kiran’s belongings, and the blade that was used to kill him was retrieved.

Doctors of Victoria Hospital submitted his observations on the wounds on the body and those on the hands of the accused.

The motivation

“Manjunath killed the boy to take revenge on his mother Pramila, as he was having an illicit affair with a married woman who was his tenant. Manjunath suspected Pramila of spreading the news in the neighbourhood about the affair,” the officer said.

Manjunath was convicted for kidnap, murder and destruction of evidence


A man who had killed an eight standard student has been found guilty by the court and his punishment period will be ordered tomorrow.
The killer, identified as Manjunath, had killed R Kiran Yadav, a resident of Sanjeevini Nagar of Moodalapalya, on February 4, 2015, to exact revenge on the boy’s mother for finding out and spreading the word about his affair with a married woman in the neighbourhood.

The Chandra Layout police had filed a chargesheet against Manjunath with the available evidence and, after hearing the case, the court announced that it has been provided that Manjunath has killed Yadav. The court said the punishment period will be announced on December 21.

Then 14-year-old, Yadav was returning from school when he was abducted by Manjunath who killed him and disposed the body in Jnanabarathi.

Manjunath was angry with Yadav’s mother Prameela for telling his mother about his alleged affair with a married woman in the neighbourhood.

On February 4, when Yadav got down from his school van, Manjunath gave Yadav a ride on his motorcycle. In the evening, Yadav’s parents went out searching for him when he did not come home.

They suspected Manjunath but, after initial enquiry, the police set Manjunath free saying that the parents’ allegations were not backed by any evidence.

Refusing to give up so easily, Yadav’s father played a detective and checked the CCTV footage of the shop where the school van had dropped Yadav. He found that Manjunath took Yadav on his motorcycle and informed the police.

Manjunath was once again detained by the police and soon spilled the beans. He confessed to have disposed Yadav’s body at an isolated place in the Jnanabarathi campus. The body was recovered later. Manjunath had slit the throat of Yadav with a shaving blade.

The police investigation confirmed that Manjunath, who was a neighbour of Yadav, was having an affair with a woman from the neighbourhood.

Yadav’s mother, Prameela, had caught the couple and had told Manjunath’s mother about it. Unhappy with this, Manjunath decided to take revenge by killing Yadav.

22-year-old stabbed to death by 2 juveniles

TNN | Dec 25, 2017,  

NEW DELHI: A 22-year-old youth died after being stabbed multiple times by two juveniles in west Delhi‘s Zakhira on Wednesday. One of the accused has been apprehended.
DCP (west) Vijay Kumar said that the victim has been identified as Abdul Rahman. The apprehended juvenile has been sent to a correction home and efforts are on to nab his associate.
Police said that the incident occurred on Wednesday afternoon, when the victim was passing in front of a Madarsa near Rakhi market in Zakhira. The two accused stopped him and started fighting with him. The victim’s elder brother saw this and tried to take Rahman away from the fight. However, one of the accused suddenly stabbed the victim in his chest.

Rahman was taken to a nearby hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries. A case under sections of murder was registered and the victim’s brother’s statements were taken.

While questioning, the apprehended juvenile told cops that he use to study in the same school with Rahman. Three years ago, they had a fight in the school where the victim had beaten him up in front of everyone. Feeling humiliated, the boy had been planning revenge ever since revenge and on Wednesday, found the victim all alone.


Cops said that teams are searching for the other juvenile who was involved in the incident and CCTV footage from the area is being analysed to ascertain more information.

Fired employee shoots former employee seeking vengeance

The six men suspected of being involved in the murder have been arrested and the bag containing the cash was recovered from them, the officer said. DELHI Updated: Dec 20, 2017 23:59 IST HT Correspondent HT Correspondent Hindustan Times The six men suspected of being involved in the murder have been arrested and the bag containing the cash was recovered from them, the officer said. The six men suspected of being involved in the murder have been arrested and the bag containing the cash was recovered from them, the officer said. In a case of revenge killing, a businessman was shot dead and his brother injured in their car at a marketplace in west Delhi’s Dwarka on Tuesday night, police said. The six accused also made away with a bag with ₹3.5 lakh cash, said Shibesh Singh, DCP (Dwarka). “The mastermind, a minor, was disgruntled with his employer for kicking him out of job. His employer allegedly scolded him and he was ill-paid. So, he roped in five persons including few Ghaziabad criminals to kill him in revenge,” the DCP told Hindustan Times. The six men suspected of being involved in the murder have been arrested and the bag containing the cash was recovered from them, the officer said. Ads by ZINC The deceased was identified as 45-year-old Rajendra Garg, a resident of west Delhi’s Uttam Nagar. He was a wholesale dealer of a firm making chocolates. At around 10pm on Tuesday when Garg, his brother Ramesh, and an employee, were returning to Uttam Nagar in a car from Kakrola village in Dwarka when a motorcycle hit their car from behind. “When the car occupants came out, they were thrashed with iron rods at shot at.Rajendra was shot in his head and his brother in his arm. The two were rushed to a hospital, but Rajendra could not be saved,” said the DCP. “After shooting, some of the accused came across a bag containing around Rs 3.5 lakh cash and decided to steal it,” said the DCP. The police began investigating the case by questioning Rajendra’s employees but cracked the case with the help of CCTV footage and local inquiry

Mumbai Crime: Man Beats Minor Girl With Iron Rod To Seek Revenge On Her Parents

Dec 15, 2017, 17:55 IST | mid-day online correspondent

In A Shocking Incident, A Four-Year-Old Girl Was Beaten With An Iron Rod By A Man In Azad Nagar. As Per Reports, The Man Said He Carried Out The Act To Take Revenge On The Girl’s Parents

In a shocking incident, a four-year-old girl was beaten with an iron rod by a man in Azad Nagar. As per reports by Hindustan Times, the man said he carried out the act to take revenge on the girl’s parents.

The man bludgeoned the girl over the head with a metal rod and she sustained several skull fractures. The accused a resident of Azad Nagar, Bhayandar (East) is a rag picker and was seeking revenge from the girl’s parents as they had objected to him ogling at her.

As senior inspector of the Bhayander police station said that the accused once arrested confessed to his crime and said that he did it out of anger against the girl’s parents. The girl’s parents found her lying in a pool of blood near a garbage heap near their home and rushed her to Kasturi Hospital. Doctors admitted her to the intensive care unit since she had multiple skull fractures and internal brain injuries. She also had injuries on her eyes and face.

The police said that they arrested the accused under section 307 (attempt to murder) of the Indian Penal Code. He confessed to his crime and has been remanded to police custody till December 18.

This is not the first time such an incident has occurred in Azad Nagar. In November this year a 10-year-old boy’s body was found in the area after he went missing from Powai and in January the body of an infant was found buried in a drain near the shanties.

Tenant held for Salt Lake murder

TNN | Dec 16, 2017

Accused Sanjay Agarwal changed his bloodied clothes in the garage; (R) cops collect blood samples from the garage door on Friday.
Accused Sanjay Agarwal changed his bloodied clothes in the garage; (R) cops collect blood samples from the garage door on Friday.

KOLKATA: A tenant of the 61-year-old retired engineer who was brutally murdered in his Salt Lake home on Thursday, was arrested in the early hours on Friday. Police said Sanjay Agarwal has confessed to killing Avijit Nag Chowdhuryout of revenge after he had humiliated him in public for not repaying a loan of Rs 42,000 and allegedly chasing him out of the house with a chopper last week. He will be produced in a Salt Lake court on Saturday.

Police said Agarwal was the one who had called up Chowdhury’s family in Shyambazar on Thursday morning to say that Chowdhury was not opening the door and his cellphone was switched off. He, however, had refused to come to the house or accompany the family to the police station – which raised cops’ suspicion and after hours of interrogation, he allegedly broke down and confessed.

“The man has confessed to killing Chowdhury out of revenge. He says he was upset and humiliated by how Chowdhury had treated him. However, we are still questioning him to ascertain why he killed the man in such a gruesome manner,” said S Rajkumar, the deputy commissioner (detective department) on Bidhannagar City Police.

Chowdhury, who lived alone, was found with his throat and wrists cut and slash marks in his private parts inside his Salt Lake home on Thursday.

Cops said Agarwal, 40, a resident of CF Block, had rented the garage of the house in BD Block to run a godown-cum-office for his electrical parts’ business. He recently had multiple altercations with Chowdhury over some money that Agarwal allegedly owed to him. During one such altercation last week, Chowdhury allegedly abused Agarwal on the road and chased him out of the office with a chopper. Since then, he hadn’t allowed Agarwal to come to the office.

Police said on Wednesday, Agarwal parked his car in an adjacent alley and walked into the house using a duplicate key around 8pm with an intention to kill Chowdhury with a chopper. “He went inside, but found Chowdhury absent. He called the domestic help to enquire when Chowdhury was to return. As Agarwal was leaving, Chowdhury entered the house with a bottle of whisky. Agarwal hid in the staircase landing and attacked him when Chowdhury came up,” said an officer.

Police said after the murder, Agarwal went to the garage, changed his shirt and left the place with the bloodied clothes and the murder weapon in a bag. The next day, he came back to the house to ensure Chowdhury was dead and then called up his family. “The suspicion fell on Agarwal from the statements of his children and the maid. When we called Agarwal, he avoided us. We brought him to the police station later in the night and grilled him for several hours. After that, he admitted to the crime,” said an officer.

The brutality of the murder has shocked cops, family members and psychiatrists. “Our society is witnessing brutality at every step these days with so many brutal viral videos being shared over social media. In this case, the castration can be a symbolic representation in the psyche of the assailant to disempower and humiliate the victim,” said psychiatrist Anuttama Banerjee.

Nine arrested in murder case, 6 sickles, 4 bikes recovered

Daylight murder: Accused arrested in the murder case, in Vijayawada on Friday.

Revenge was the motive, says Police Commissioner

The police claimed to have solved the murder mystery of Kalidasu Subramanyam alias Vemuri Subbu (33). The Machavaram police arrested nine persons, including seven history-sheeters, allegedly involved in the daylight murder that occurred at Machavaram on December 6.

A rowdy sheet was pending against Subramanyam in Tenali police station and the police externed him from the town two years ago.

The Machavaram police arrested six suspected rowdy sheeters, and seized six sickles and four bikes from their possession. Subbu’s murder was a apparently revenge killing of M. Krishna, who was allegedly murdered by Subramanyam and his brother, Kalidasu Satyam, in April 2014, in Tenali.

Krishna’s followers killed Satyam in November 2015, and were allegedly tracking the movements of his brother to take revenge since then, said Police Commissioner D. Gautam Sawang, while giving the details of the murder case at a press conference here on Friday.

Planned murder

The accused, G. Surendra, G. Balaiah, A. Sudhakar, N. Arun Kumar, S. Pavan Kumar, K. Lakshmaiah, T. Nagaraju and D. Vajrala Babu, all natives of Tenali, took shelter in the house of Md. Galib in Vijayawada, and did ‘recce’ several times before they executed their plan.

“They managed to get six SIM cards by submitting false addresses, purchased six new sickles, visited Tirumala temple and got their heads tonsured to escape from being identified. The accused came to the city on three bikes on December 6, and hacked Subramanyam to death while he was having tea at Machavaram down area,” Mr. Sawang said.

Later, the gang abandoned the vehicles at different places, threw the sickles and escaped to Guntur. The movements of the accused were captured in 50 CCTVs at different junctions in Guntur and Vijayawada, the Commissioner said.

Surendra’s wife is a councillor of YSR Congress Party and the gang members were followers of the same party. Police will file a petition in the court seeking custody of the accused for further investigation, he said

Joint Commissioner of Police B.V. Ramana Kumar, DCP Ghajarao Bhupal and Assistant Commissioner of Police N. Satyanandam were present.

Gang intercepts bus, hacks man to death

TNN | Updated: Dec 16, 2017, 

MADURAI: A murder accused travelling on a bus was hacked to death by a 10-member gang at Vadipatti in the district on Friday.

The gang members, who came in a car and on two motorcycles, intercepted the TNSTC (Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation) bus at Thanichiyam Junction near Vadipatti and murdered Amaresh of Karimedu. Amaresh was accused in the 2011 murder of one Ramprasath.On seeing the armed gang, passengers got down from the bus and ran away.

Police suspect that it could have been a revenge murder. There are a few cases including the murder case pending against Amaresh. He was arrested in the case. It is suspected that Ramprasath’s brother might have planned the murder to take revenge on him.

Amaresh, who was staying in his relative’s house in Kenguvarpatti village in Dindigul district was on his way to Madurai. He was on his way to a city police station for inquiry. Police suspect that the victim’s movements could have been closely monitored by the suspects.

A team from the Vadipatti police station rushed to the spot and conducted inquiries.

Police recovered a car, three long machetes, a dagger and a blood-stained bag from RV Nagar bus stop near Achampathu, around 25km from the crime scene. It is suspected the gang had used the car and the knives for the murder.

District police alerted all the check-posts to nab the suspects. However, they managed to escape.

Posted at: Aug 11, 2017

Youth shot dead in Rohtak, CCTV captures the murder


Youth shot dead in Rohtak, CCTV captures the murder
CCTV footage of an assailant firing at Ankit of Rithal village in Rohtak. Tribune photo

Chandigarh, August 11

A youth, who was going for a court hearing, was on Friday allegedly shot dead by two bike-borne men in broad daylight in Rohtak town of Haryana, police said.The incident was captured by a CCTV camera installed at the scene of the incident.Ankit, said to be in his 20s, was riding pillion on a motorcycle when the two men opened fire at him.He fell off the motorcycle and one man can be seen pumping bullets into his body, though he was lying on the ground in a pool of blood, police said.The incident took place on Ladhot road on the outskirts of Rohtak.It was caught in the CCTV camera, DSP (City), Rohtak, Ramesh Kumar said.He said Ankit had been booked for conspiracy in a murder case of a national-level Kabaddi player last year and was going for the court hearing when he was attacked.While Ankit died on the spot, his friend, who was riding the motorcycle fled to safety.The DSP said the Kabaddi player of Rithal village was shot dead in a similar manner, in which Ankit and his friend were booked. They were currently out on bail, he added.Kumar said the men who killed Ankit have been identified and efforts were on to nab them.A murder case has been registered against them while some more persons have been booked for conspiracy, he said.Ankit belonged to Rithal village in Rohtak



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