IN an ugly homicide, a constable of District Force (DF) shot an automobile supplier lifeless in vast daylight hours. The incident has sent surprise waves across the capital town. The crime occurred on the densely crowded Pachpedi Naka place underneath New Rajendra Nagar police limits this midday, stated police. The accused diagnosed as DF Constable Manoj Sen shot at Sanjay Agrawal, proprietor of Shri Sai Motors with an Insas rifle killing him immediately within the afternoon, Purani Basti City Superintendent of Police (CSP) Krishna Kumar Patel instructed The Hitavada.
CSP similarly knowledgeable that the sufferer vehicle provider suffered two bullet accidents on his body, one near the neck and other at the shoulder. After being knowledgeable approximately the firing, police rushed to the spot and took Agrawal to a nearby non-public hospital in which he became declared introduced dead. “In the initial investigation, it turned into learned by police that the accused constable had paid around Rs three lakh to Sanjay Agrawal on March 4 for getting a four-wheeler, but the vehicle dealer introduced him a vehicle that became now not in a terrible situation.
Finding the car no longer up to the mark, the constable demanded his money lower back following which Sanjay Agrawal promised to make specific right repairing however continuously giving him new dates for transport of the automobile. Aggrieved via this, the accused constable this midday reached Sanjay’s office and pumped bullets into his body from an attack rifle Insas. The assault rifle is issued to Manoj’s relative who’s in CAF and presently posted at Mana battalion,” said CSP Patel. CSP Patel informed that the accused constable had been arrested and the attacking rifle used inside the crime has additionally been seized from his possession. Moreover, police investigators even as challenge Crime Scene Investigation have recovered empty cartridges from the spot. An offense on this connection has been registered with New Rajendra Nagar police station beneath segment 302 of Indian Penal Code (IPC), which amounting punishment for murder, and below applicable sections of Arms Act. Further research within the case is underway, said CSP Patel.