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In-laws booked for murder

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Jan 23, 2006 02:49 PM IST

THE KOTWALI police of Bhind have registered a case against father- in- law and brother- in- law of a person, who died in mysterious circumstances, after investigation.

THE KOTWALI police of Bhind have registered a case against father- in- law and brother- in- law of a person, who died in mysterious circumstances, after investigation.

Kotwali in- charge Ramakant Vajpayee said that Janak Singh Chaudhary, resident of Itawah, had complained in writing that his son Arvind, an engineer in Noida, was taken to Bhind by his (Arvind's) father- in- law Ramdas Sharma and brother- in- law Ashok for purchasing some land.

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One day Chaudhary was informed that his son Arvind had fallen sick. When Janak Singh Chaudhary reached Bhind he found the body of his son and Ramdas Sharma and Ashok performing some Tantrik acts on the body, the complainant alleged.

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Seeing the body of his son Janak Singh Chaudhary fell unconscious. In the mean time Ramdas Sharma and Ashok Sharma disposed of the body. The police have registered a case of murder and started investigation.

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