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Police file chargesheet against five in killing case in Rajouri
8/24/2019 10:07:05 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Aug 24: Police filed a chargesheet against five youths for allegedly murdering their friend by drug overdose over some monetary issue in Rajouri district on Saturday after completing the investigation of the murder case.
Accused have been identified as Irfan Khan son of Mohammad Rafiq, Ajaz Ahmed son of Abdul Aziz, Raja Arshad Mehmood son of Mohammad Shakoor, Aziz ul Rehman son of Abdul Rehman, all residents of Kalali village of Manjakote and Rohit Sharma son of Romesh Chander Sharma resident of Goladh Mendhar, at present ward 4 Rajouri. All the accused have confessed to their crime and have been sent to judicial custody in district jail Rajouri.
SSP Rajouri, Yougal Manhas said that the incident took place on June 29, 2019 when one Mohammad Mukhtar son of Sher Dil resident of Galuthi Manjakote was hospitalized in a district hospital in the serious health condition with initial suspicion that the youth has consumed something poisonous in nature following which his health has deteriorated.
On the same day, he was referred to GMCH Jammu where he died after which inquest proceedings (initial investigation) under CrPC 174 was started at Manjakote police station whereas post mortem examination of the body was conducted at GMC & H Jammu, said SSP.
He further informed that a special investigation team headed by SHO Manjakote, Manzoor Kohli under the supervision of SDPO Manjakote, Nisar Khoja was constituted which conducted an in-depth investigation during which it came to fore that the victim was a drugs addict.
During the investigation, SSP Rajouri said, it also transpired that some friends of the victim were zeroed in and their activities were closely monitored after which four among them were detained and put to sustain questioning who confessed to their involvement in crime and on their disclosure one more friend was detained.
He said that during investigation it came to fore that these five friends were in close contact with the victim and they conspired to murder the victim on the basis of the enmity developed due to some money transaction issues between them and thus they induced the victim with a drugs overdose resulting deterioration of health of victim who later died.
Later, the inquest proceedings were converted to a criminal case registered as FIR No. 74/2019 under sections 302, 34, 109 RPC and 8/21/27 NDPS Act at Manjakote police station.
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