Noida: Feeling insulted over suspicion of theft, a 21-year-old man allegedly killed his cousin in Noida’s Bhangel village on Sunday night time, stated officers. The suspect was arrested from his residence the identical night time, they added.
In accordance with Rambadan Singh, deputy commissioner of police, Central Noida, the deceased, recognized as Shivam, 21, had accused his cousin Rohit of stealing ₹4000 from him.
“The deceased and the suspect have been each labourers and belong to Madhya Pradesh. They used to reside collectively in Bhangel,” stated Singh, including that Shivam obtained married round six months again and moved to a separate lodging.
After his wedding ceremony, Shivram allegedly began telling family members and mates that Rohit had stolen ₹4,000 from him.
“Rohit instructed Shivam that he felt insulted over the allegations, however Shivam continued to accuse him. On Sunday night time, they have been consuming alcohol on the frequent terrace of their residences. A scuffle broke out between them over the problem and Rohit hit Shivam with a wood plank,” stated the DCP, including that Rohit returned house thereafter and slept.
“At round midnight, police acquired details about a physique on the terrace of a constructing in Bhangel. Groups of Part-2 police station instantly reached the spot and started investigation. The physique was discovered with a grievous damage on the brow,” stated the DCP.
Groups have been shaped to research the incident and it was later discovered that Shivam was final seen with Rohit, Singh stated.
“Rohit was sleeping at house when police took him into custody. Throughout interrogation, he revealed that he had hit Shivam and left the terrace, considering that Shivam has been injured. Nevertheless, the sufferer had died on spot,” stated the officer.
Police knowledgeable Shivam’s household in regards to the incident following which his brother Deepak submitted a grievance at Part-2 police station.
“Rohit was booked underneath sections of homicide of the Indian Penal Code (IPC). He was produced earlier than a Justice of the Peace and despatched to judicial custody,” stated police.