A retired railway officer living alone in the Charmwood Village of Surajkund police station area was murdered by his servant after he was kidnapped. This claim has been made by the police. The elder’s brother-in-law had reported the news of his missing to the police on 15 September. After which the police was engaged in this case. Three accused in the case have been arrested for transferring the case to the Crime Branch.
Police PRO ACP Adarshdeep Singh said that Guru Vardhan (79), retired from the railway resident of Charmwood Village, lived alone. There was no one in his family. There is only one sister who lives with her family in Gurgaon. Her husband Ravinder gave a written complaint to the police on September 15 in this case that his brother-in-law, Guru Ved, had been missing for about 20-25 days. His house is locked and mobile is also indicating switchoff.
When the police registered a case of missing and started the investigation, it was found that since August 29, they were missing from the house with a lock. When the police talked to the people nearby, it was found that a servant also worked at his house. The police traced the location of that servant Bharat alias Monu and caught him for questioning from Sehatpur Palla. He is a native of Almora Uttarakhand. When the police strictly interrogated him, he told that he had kidnapped and murdered the elderly Guru Vardha along with two of his comrades.
Complete conspiracy hatched to grab property
During the interrogation, accused Bharat alias Monu told that by changing the number plate of his partner Deepak’s car, Guru Vedha kidnapped Guru Saffi and strangled him and threw the corpse into the Ganges River Anupshahar Bulandshahar UP area. After the murder, he along with his associates had stolen property papers from the house of his master Guru Vaada and made a GPA and other documents from UP by making fake fake words to someone. Police on Tuesday arrested accused Rahul and Deepak, accomplices of accused servant Bharat. All the accused have been produced by the police and taken on seven days police remand.