Four sentenced to death by Gzb court for ‘rarest of the rare’ murder case
A Ghaziabad court has awarded death sentence to four men found guilty of a triple murder case in 2004. In the murder, a woman and her two sons were murdered over some property dispute.
The bodies of the deceased were found alongside a road while the heads were recovered from a distant drain after a few days.
The court declared the murder rarest of the rare following which the judgment was pronounced.
According to the report, on February 11, 2004, Ghaziabad Police had found three beheaded bodies from a dumping site in Shalimar Garden area under Shahibabad police station.
The bodies were identified of Hari, Keshav (siblings) and their mother Kalia Devi. The police had later found their heads from a nearby drain.
Police, in their investigation, found a slip of a travel agency which helped them trace down the assailants, following which four persons were apprehended — Vinod, Pawan, Chandradev and Dwarka, all relatives of the deceased.
The matter was heard in a district court for 11 years and finally the court declared it a rare incident.
“The court has pronounced its verdict in which the accused have been awarded death sentence,” said Rajiv Kumar, government counsel.