Nagpur: After a dispute with friends over Rs 10, a man was killed, whose age is said to be 22-year-old, the boy body has been dumped in a ditch dug in the forest for cable laying work.
Victim Gyana Shende was lynched to death on September 5 at Mangalwaripet slum in Umred in Nagpur district. Police suspected the involvement of two close friends of the deceased, Sukadu Kartule (22) and Surjeet Mandale (30), in the murder, but no clue was found.
Friends Kill Youngster
Umred Police officials of Nagpur City Rural had exposed the matter on Friday after receiving news of a tiny painted patch at Mandale residence.
The Superintendent of Police (SP) name Rakesh Ola has said that both the friends Kartule and Mandale had spewed all the beans during interrogation by the police and used the wall to cover up the blood stains scattered on the wall during the murder of the deceased. Accepted to do the above painting. Both the friends were arrested on Friday and a case of murder has now been registered against both the friends.
The police have given a statement that Shende, Kartule and Mandale are all three petty thieves. The three friends had collected around Rs 160 by selling some stolen scraps. Kartule and Shende both friends took 50-50 rupees as their share and that is what one of their fellow mandale got 60 rupees. Due to this, a dispute started between the three friends, which turned into a fight after drinking alcohol in the house of a friend’s circle.
The police again reported that a friend Mandale then hit Shende with an iron rod, which resulted in Shende death.
Under the leadership of Addl. SP Rahul Maknikar and SP Rakesh Ola, the investigation of this entire matter is going on. Senior Inspector Yashwant Solse has said that two friends Mandale and Kartule then put Shende body in a sack and took it on a bicycle to the forest of Amrai.
“There Mandale and Kartule hit Shende body in a trench dug by a utility agency and completely covered the body with soil,” Soulse said.