Indore: The Khajuri Bazaar firing case took an interesting turn on Monday when one of the accused informed the police that he was in Kathmandu ( Nepal) when the incident occurred. Police identified four persons in the firing case that took place in one of the busiest markets of the city a couple of days ago.

As per information, Murali Parmar, one of the accused in the case claimed that he wasn’t in the city when the firing incident took place.In fact, he was in Kathmandu, Nepal for some work. Parmar further stated that he had lost his wallet containing Rs 4000 and voter ID card and he even lodged a complaint of theft.

Reportedly, he called his friend, Ravi Rathore, an onion trader in Indore and sought his help. Ravi then mentioned Ramakant, another onion merchant in Kathmandu and asked Murali to meet him. Murali took Rs 20,000 from Ramakant and came to the city.

Murali said that he even stayed in a hotel, Pashupathinath Palace, there.Sources said that the police could not believe his claims and started an investigation in the case over this aspect as well.It is to be noted that, four miscreants had open fire on Mohan Pehalwan.

However, none was injured in the firing.On Mohan’s complaint police registered a case against four accused including Raja Sankhala, Golu, Murali and others.

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