Tribune News Service
Yamunanagar, July 17
An 80-year-old farmer was allegedly murdered in Taharpur Kalan village of Yamunanagar district.
The farmer’s body was found lying in the tubewell room in his agriculture field. The deceased has been identified as Gurdyal Singh.
On the complaint of the deceased’s son, a case was registered against an unidentified person under Section 302 of the IPC at Chhachhrauli police station on July 16.
The complainant, in his police complaint, said that after the death of his mother, Gurdyal had been staying alone in the field. At night, he used to sleep in the tubewell room.
The complainant said that when his son Rithik went to the field yesterday to get green fodder for animals, he saw that Gurdyal was lying dead in the room.
“My son informed me about my father’s death. I went there along with other people. There were several injury marks on his body. He was also bleeding,” the complainant said.
Lajja Ram, Station House Officer, Chhachhrauli police station, said that a case had been registered against an unidentified person under Section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code.
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