Bodies of 2 missing men recovered after a week, four arrested in case
Greater Noida: A week after two men from Rabupura area of Greater Noida went missing while they had gone to Haryana, the police have found their semi decomposed bodies from a jungle near Delhi-Haryana border. Police have arrested four persons in connection with the case.
The two men, identified as Nareshpal (35) and Aslam (32), both natives of Rabupura area, went missing when they had gone to Ballabhgarh area in Haryana on July 31st.
Police received a missing complaint from the family who informed that the tractor through they had travelled to Haryana was found parked in Dankaur area with their belongings like shoes and clothes lying in it.
The family suspected that both the men have been kidnapped. When police failed to trace the missing men, their kin blocked traffic near Jewar toll plaza at Yamuna Expressway on August 3.
Vaibhav Krishna, Senior Superintendent of Police, Gautam Buddh Nagar said that the throats of both the men were slit with knife and they had injuries all over the body.
"The family had suspected involvement of some persons from their village and Rabupura police successfully nabbed the accused persons who confessed to have committed the crime. The accused told police that they have dumped the bodies at a jungle from where police recovered them. The bodies were partially decomposed and have multiple injury marks all over the body. The accused have used some sharp and blunt object to slit their throat," said Krishna.
According to police, the arrested accused have been identified as Shafiq, Muzammal, Kalua and Salman, all natives of Rabupura area.
"Upon interrogating the accused, they told police that accused Shafiq was keeping grudges against Nareshpal since his employer had kept Nareshpal as his driver and relieved Shafiq from the job. Shafiq plotted conspiracy to take revenge and involved three of his other friends into the crime," added Krishna.
Police have recovered two knifes that were used in the crime and Rs 15, 000 cash that was looted from the deceased persons: