A 38-year-old primary school teacher Manoj Sisodiya was found murdered near his residence Thursday morning at Bisada village in Greater Noida. The incident came to light when morning walkers spotted body covered with quilts lying in the premises of a school near his residence.
“He was living alone. He had some issues with his wife and his sister-in-law. We have summoned all suspects for questioning,” said Abhishek Yadav, superintendent of police, rural, Gautam Budh Nagar.
The police also found signs of scuffle at his residence, which indicates that he was attacked in his home.
“We have registered a case under relevant sections of IPC. Body was sent for postmortem, reports of which are still awaited. A team was constituted to investigate the case,” said Yadav.
Locals said, Manoj’s wife had left him and was living in her paternal village with her children. Also, he was having a tiff with his sister-in-law over some issue. The duo were entangled in a legal battle.
“It seems like more than 3-4 people attacked him and dragged his body to the adjacent school. The villagers spotted the body first in the morning and informed the police,” said Abhishek Sisodiya, a local resident.