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Murder accused admits himself to de-addiction centre, cops find him

New Delhi: A murder accused, acting oversmartly got himself admitted to a de-addiction centre to evade arrest and dodge police. However, his plans were foiled when he found a team of Delhi Police crime branch at the centre's doorsteps.
Amit alias Bacchi was taken into custody for murdering a finance officer of Rotary Public school in May 2017. Amit was on the run since then. The Crime branch was investigating a case of murder of one Tarun Kumar, who was the Finance officer of the Rotary Public School in Gurugram. He was beaten black and blue with sticks and iron rods by Amit and his associate Sunny, Deepak, Vinod for pursuing a legal case against one Bhupender Dalal. Tarun was rushed to the hospital but he succumbed to the injuries during treatment.
"The confrontation started when Bhupender Dalal, a property dealer by profession, his ailing son was student of class five in a reputed school in Gurugram. Due to the kid's ailment the school management did not promote him to next level and advised the father to get his son admitted in a school for special children. On this, a dispute arose between Bhupender Dalal and the school management. Bhupender Dalal filed a complaint against the school to D.C., Gurugram." explaiend Bhishm Singh, DCP Crime.
Tarun Kumar Pandey, Finance Officer of the school was pursuing the matter in D.C. office. Annoyed with this, Bhupender Dalal decided to teach a lesson to school authorities and called local goons from Najafgarh area to thrash Tarun Kumar.
Later, the goons intercepted his car and badly beat him up with rods and sticks. One of the accused Vinod alias Bhagat was arrested by Crime Branch team in the afternoon of 27th December-2017.
"During the search our teams were checking records of dozens of 'Nasha Mukti Kendra'/De-addiction Centre in Dwarka area of Delhi, as Amit was a chronic alcoholic. Our suspicion is bore fruits and he was arrested from a center in Dwarka on 27 December" said Bhism Singh, DCP Crime.
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