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Indore: Crime Round Up – Tejaji Nagar, Simrol murder cases solved, claim police


Indore: City police on Thursday claimed to have cracked two murder cases – one in Tejaji Nagar police station area and another in Simrol police station area – with the arrest of the accused.

Police have arrested four accused – Kamal, Ravi, Bunti and Lakhan – in connection with the murder of Jitendra Silawat in Bhawna Nagar on July 24.

According to Tejaji Nagar police station incharge Girish Kavreti, the accused had shot dead Jitendra over an old dispute. Jitendra and Kamal’s wife had become friends after they used to go to jail for meeting her husband but both the men didn’t like their friendship seriously.

“Accused Kamal was also infuriated over the marriage of Jitendra as his wife was a classmate of Kamal and he told her not to marry Jitendra. Accused made the plan to kill Jitendra and they even did rehearsal for it before shooting him to death,” Kavreti said.

The accused are being interrogated further to get more details about their other activities.

Two arrested for killing trader

Police have also arrested two accused in Simrol police station area on Thursday for killing a clothe trader on Monday. The accused had stabbed trader Dharmpal Singh, a resident of Tejaji Nagar, after he refused to give money to them.Dharmapal had given them Rs 100 but the accused were demanding more money. They stabbed him when he refused their demand.

Dharmapal had given them Rs 100 but the accused were demanding more money. They stabbed him when he refused their demand.
“Dharmpal died on his way to the hospital. The accused were arrested from Balwada,” police said.

The arrested were identified as Babu Veerappan and Nandram, who were arrested from the Akya’s jungle near Ankhleshwar Mahadev Temple. “It was tough to nab the accused as they were hiding in jungle and it was hard for the cops to reach there,” police added.

Debt-ridden man hangs self

A 38-year-old man committed suicide by hanging himself in Central Kotwali police station area on Wednesday night. In preliminary investigation police have found that the deceased was in depression due to heavy debt.

According to Central Kotwali police, Pannalal Singh, a resident of North Toda committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling of his house on Wednesday night.

“Everybody was in the house at the time of incident but it was discovered when his wife entered the room. Pannalal is survived by four daughters and wife and was employed in a plastic factory.

“We have also learnt that he had some extra marital affair and are investigating on other aspects as well,” police said. Police started taking statements of the family members.

Four arrested in embezzlement case

Police have arrested two women and two men in the case of embezzlement in MIG police station area on Thursday. The accused had sold a house for multiple times and cheated many people.

According to police station incharge of MIG, Vijay Singh Sisodiya, accused Shobha Tayde, a resident of Nehru Nagar, had sold a house of her mother’s name in Nehru Nagar to different persons with the help of Manish Sharma and Nikhilesh Sharma.

The accused had sold the house for Rs 12 lakh to Rajveer Singh of Gwalior and later to Pushpa Parihar for Rs 25 lakh. Pushpa approached court for action against the accused after which police registered a case and arrested the accused.