In a shocking incident, a gang of five friends, on Wednesday night, killed Prashant Ghodeswar by slitting his throat with a sharp weapon near Rajbaba beer bar, Khaparkheda. While the CCTV at the bar recoded this frightening incident, the 30- year-old, died on spot due to excess blood loss.
As per reports, Ghodeswar ran a Chinese stall on a market-place, which was primarily owned by MSCB. The accused got into some sort of an agreement with MSCB over the lands custody and asked Ghodeswar to clear the space. Responding to this, Ghodeswar refused to do so and got into a feud with the accused.
Police Inspector Pundlik Bhatkar, attached to Khaparkheda police station spoke to Nation Next on this matter and said, The accused and the dead got into a fight over the land dispute few days prior to the incident. Both could not find a common ground and no one was ready to solve the issue.
He further stated that on Wednesday night, when Ghodeswar was returning home from work, the gang of five stopped him in mid-way and got into a physical fight. One of the five, with a sharp weapon, attacked Ghodeswar and slit his throat causing a blood bath.
Till the time we reached the spot, he was already dead due to excessive blood loss, lack of medic care and treatment. We have sent the body for post mortem and we will get the results soon, he added.
When asked about their further actions on the matter, he said, The five ran away overnight. We have the CCTV recordings of the event. The accused will be charged under IPC Section 302 (death sentence or life imprisonment if found guilty in a murder case). We will soon locate them.
September 30, 2022 | Nagpur News | नागपुर समाचार | Hindi News Bulletin | Nation Next
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