Chandigarh, June 2
A 60-year-old labourer was strangled to death at Mani Majra here last night. The police have arrested a man for the murder. The victim has been identified as Bhulawan Rawat.
The police said they received information at 8.25 am that a man had fallen from the stairs of a shop at Pipli Wala town. They reached the spot and found the victim lying in a pool of blood. There was an injury mark under his armpit. He was rushed to a hospital where doctors declared him brought dead. Bhulawan had been working as a labourer at the shop, “Parveen Aara”, for the past 30 years.
The police said the victim’s nephew, Rajan, who worked at the same place, stated that a man, identified as Karan, had an argument with his uncle a few days ago. Yesterday, Karan had threatened his uncle.
The police said they scrutinised the footage of CCTV cameras installed in the area, which showed Karan holding a liquor bottle and arguing with the victim. Karan’s Aadhaar card was found near the spot.
Acting on the leads, a team, led by Inspector Jaswinder Kaur, SHO, Mani Majra police station, nabbed Karan from the bus stand at Mani Majra.
During interrogation, the suspect revealed that he used to work at a dhaba. However, he left the job after which the victim helped him financially to open a tea stall.
The police said Karan started earning well through the stall following which the victim asked the suspect to adjust his son in the business. The duo had an argument over the issue following which the suspect first strangled the victim and then hit him with a liquor bottle. On a complaint of the victim’s nephew, a case was registered at the Mani Majra police station.
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