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Ghazipur, 27 April (H.S.). Badre Alam Kha (45), a resident of Muhammadpur village of Zamania Kotwali police station area, was murdered on Tuesday night with a sharp weapon in a wheat field on the banks of Chakrod going to Rasulpur, west of Sherpur village of Phuli Gram Sabha of Dildarnagar police station area. was given. On information, around three o’clock in the morning, the police sent the body for post-mortem and started further action.

On the Tahrir of wife Tamannaah, a case of murder has been registered against the former head of Muhammadpur, husband Abbas, along with sons Arshad and Arif, nephew Irfan and brother-in-law Naurez Khan. On information, Superintendent of Police Ram Badan Singh reached the spot and inspected the spot.

The wife told that her husband Badre Alam Khan was lying at home at 9 pm. In the meantime, someone’s call came and he left the house on a motorcycle without informing anyone. When he did not return home after a few hours, a search was started for him. On asking the policemen present at Fully Chatti, they came to know that a youth had gone towards Zamania on a motorcycle. While searching the family members reached Zamania Kotwali, but nothing was found even there. Meanwhile, some youths of the village were going back to the village by fully Janakpur Darauli road at 2:30 pm, when they saw the dead body lying in a wheat field on the banks of Chakrod leading to Sherpur on the east side of Rasulpur Musahar Basti and informed 112 police. . Dildar Nagar police, who reached the spot, took possession of the dead body and informed the family about the incident.

In connection with the incident, Superintendent of Police Rural RD Chaurasia reached the police station on Wednesday and took complete information about the incident from the subordinates. He told that on the Tahrir of wife Tamannaah, a case of murder has been registered against Naurez Khan, son of Arshad and Arif, nephew Irfan and brother-in-law, including former head husband Abbas of Muhammadpur. The matter is under investigation.

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