Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) sleuths on Wednesday seized the licensed weapons owned by the slain village head Nanhe Yadav as well as his brothers’ for forensic examination.
Another team grilled triple murder case accused Guddu Singh and Rajeev Singh in the camp office located in Kunda town. The CBI took the duo in five days’ police remand on Tuesday.
The CBI wants to ascertain whether Nanhe’s brothers used the weapons to kill deputy superintendent of police (DSP) Zia-ul-Haque who visited Balipur village after receiving the information of violence, or the missing service revolver of Haque was used to eliminate him.
The police have registered an FIR against Nanhe’s brothers Phoolchandra, Pawan and Sudhir and his son Babloo, charging them with the killing of the DSP.