The Gurgaon police claimed to have solved the mystery of 27-year-old Vikram Kumar’s murder. Kumar’s was found near a call centre building in Sector 18, on August 6.
The deceased, hailing from Assam, was a salesman at the Hot Dog Food Point in MGF Metropolitan Mall, MG Road.
The police arrested 25-year-old NB Chhatriya, a native of Assam and a friend of the deceased, from the Kapashera border in this regard.
Police officials said the deceased had allegedly thrashed Chhatriya along with a friend during a function on December 31. After than, Chhatriya had been waiting to settle scores with the victim.
Police officials said on August 3, Chhatriya and his friend took Vikram to a secluded place in Sector 18 and stabbed him to death. Later, they dumped the body near a call centre.
The police are trying to locate Chhatriya's accomplice, who hails from Uttar Pardesh.
Vikram's brother Nishan Kumar works at the Indira Gandhi Airport at a sales store.
Two booked for Rs. 9-lakh fraud
Shopowners of Central Plaza Mall have filed a fraud case against two persons who duped them of Rs. 9 lakh by setting up a fake association. “The mall was shut down in 2007 but 79 owners formed a society, Central Plaza Mall Occupants’ Welfare Association, and got the mall reopened. Accused Varun Thaman and Manish Raheja registered their society with fake documents and started collecting maintenance,” said an owner.