No headway in trader's murder case
New Delhi: Days after the body of a missing trader was recovered from an industrial area in Ghaziabad's Kavi Nagar, police have not made any arrest in the case. Police are questioning few suspects and probe was on in the murder case.
Police sources claimed that with the questioning they are also conducting the raid outside the national Capital probably in Uttar Pradesh area to nab of the suspect. The call details of the deceased were also been scanned by the police team. The family members of the deceased are also been questioned by city police in search of the clue.
Kavi Nagar station house officer (SHO) Samarjit Singh told media persons that the victim, identified as Rahul Saxena, had been abducted three days ago. He was subsequently murdered and his body dumped in Kavi Nagar Industrial area. Saxena's family members identified the body and told police that he was killed as they could not pay the ransom of Rs 20 lakh. The victim was a nephew of All India Hindu Maha Sabha President Sanjiv Saxena.
"Rahul Saxena, 27, had been missing since November 7 and a case under section 365 and 364A of the IPC had been registered. The body was recovered in Kavi Nagar Ghaziabad on the evening of November 9. The body was identified next day by his family, after which section 302 of IPC for murder was also added to the FIR," DCP Outer M N Tiwari said.
"We have identified the accused and formed teams to nab the culprits," Tiwari added.