Uttar Pradesh Police have arrested three folks from Bulandshahr allegedly for the homicide of lacking lawyer Dharmendra Chaudhary, whose physique was found on July 31.
In accordance with Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Santosh Kumar Singh, “The homicide was dedicated by his pal Vivek, together with two of Vivek’s helps, as a result of he owed a big sum of money to Chaudhary and had no intention of returning it.”
Chaudhary, a resident of Gulshan Vihar Colony of Khurja in Bulandshahr, additionally labored as a property vendor. He went lacking on July 25 at round 8.30 pm after he went to have dinner at Vivek’s warehouse.
Vivek got here underneath suspicion after Chaudhary’s household found a diary with the data of monetary dealing between the 2.
“From the diary, it was found that Chaudhary used to mortgage cash to Vivek on four per cent curiosity, however simply the curiosity had grown to greater than Rs 10 lakh,” the police stated.
The police additionally requested Vivek to bear a polygraph check. Nevertheless, he refused to take the check.
The physique was found from a warehouse the place it had been buried in an Eight ft deep pit, the police stated.
Chaudhary’s youthful brother Gajendra Singh claimed that Vivek owed Rs 81 lakh to Chaudhary.
“The intention behind the homicide was cash. Vivek owed 81 lakh to my brother,” stated Gajendra.
Earlier on Saturday, Congress Common Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra slammed the Yogi Adityanath authorities in Uttar Pradesh over the demise of Chaudhary.
“Jungle Raj is rising in Uttar Pradesh. Crime and Corona are uncontrolled. Shri Dharmendra Chaudhary was kidnapped eight days in the past in Bulandshahr. His physique was discovered yesterday. Kanpur, Gorakhpur, and Bulandshahr — in each incident, there may be the sluggishness of legislation and order and there are indicators of Jungle Raj. I ponder how lengthy the federal government will sleep,” tweeted the Congress normal secretary in Hindi.
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