Person from Madhya Pradesh found murdered in Rajasthan’s Jhalawar | Jaipur News


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KOTA: The body of some 40-year-old guy out of Agar Malwa district at Madhya Pradesh was discovered with numerous injury marks at a village in Rajasthan‘s Jhalawar district on Friday, authorities said. The deceased, Kishore Singh, was a resident of Barode region in neighbouring Madhya Pradesh. He’d come to Chowkdikalan village Jhalawar to fulfill his maternal uncle on Thursday noon, he said.
The blood-soaked body has been discovered in a drain near an agricultural area in town. He had been assaulted using a sharp-edged weapon on Thursday night, Station House Officer (SHO), Dug, Rajpal Singh stated.
Main analysis revealed that Kishore was on back into his residence, hardly three kilometres from his maternal uncle’s village, even on late Thursday evening when heLaxman Singh and a few other unidentified individuals of this village swallowed spirits in the area, the SHO said.
Prima facie, a brawl was anticipated to have erupted between Kishore and Laxman, after which the accused assaulted him using a sharp-edged weapon, killing him on the spot. Then they dumped his entire body into a nearby drain,” authorities said.
A case of murder was filed against Laxman and another unidentified people dependent on the criticism of Kishore’s maternal uncle, the SHO said, including the accused are yet to be nabbed.
Authorities said the reason for the killing will be apparent only after the primary accused, Laxman, is held.
The human body has been handed over to the relatives of Kishore following post-mortem on Friday morning, the SHO said.


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