Two back-to-back murders hold Nagpur police on toes | Nagpur Information


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NAGPUR: Two back-to-back killings have rocked Nagpur metropolis within the early hours of Thursday.
Town has witnessed 11 murders thus far this month after a lull in February.
Within the first case, Nitesh Sonawane (24) bludgeoned his brother-in-law Jaikishan Jawankar (28) to dying with a shovel at Saraswati Nagar beneath Hudkeshwar police station space.
Sonawane, a Chinese language meals vendor, later surrendered earlier than the police.
Jawankar, a labourer, was harassing his sister and her household to vacate the home. The matter turned worse when the labourer tried to manhandle Sonawane’s sister over the difficulty.
Sonawane assaulted Jawankar resulting in his dying.
In yet one more case, 26-year-old Ashish Bisen was stoned to dying at Dongargaon by his distant relative Narendra Baghel over suspicion of his spouse’s illicit relationship with the deceased. Bisen was lacking since March 27. The household had lodged a lacking criticism with Wadi police station too on the identical day.
The semi-decomposed physique was discovered shortly earlier than Wednesday midnight beneath the Hingna police station space. The cops have already arrested Baghel in reference to the homicide.

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