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30-year-old found murdered in Berasia

BHOPAL: A 30-year-old man was found murdered with multiple stab wounds in Berasia area here on Tuesday evening. The deceased identified as, Ajay Agrawal, a resident of Lakherapura, was missing from his house for the past two days.

Ajay's family had lodged a missing persons report with the Kotwali police station. However, his blood-stained body with a dozen stab wounds was recovered few meters away from the road near Kararia jod. The police have also recovered, water pouches, disposable glasses and empty bottle from the spot.

The deceased was identified when Kotwali police on learning that a body has been recovered in Berasia area called his family members who later identified the body at the spot.

Deceased's father, Ramesh Chandra Agrawal runs a shop in Marwadi road area of old city. Ajay left the house on the evening of December 17 but when he did not return till late, the family reported the matter to police.

The family had also mentioned in the missing persons report that Rs 2 lakh cash kept in an almirah of the house was also missing and believed that deceased must have taken it with him. But the cash was not recovered from the spot with body.

Ajay was married around two and half years back but his wife left him and returned to his parents barely a month after the marriage. The deceased mostly remained with his friends and would hardly go to his father's shop. The grieved family members told media persons that his friends were most important for him.

Normally, he would leave the house by early evening and return late in the night. In the past as well, the deceased had once gone away from his house with cash but later returned, the police added.

The superintendent of police Arvind Saxena told TOI that deceased used to lead a free life with his friends. The crime scene suggests that someone known to him took him to the spot and later murdered him with a sharp-edged weapon, he added.

The friends of the deceased are being questioned, the official added.

Thanks To:
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-12-20/bhopal/35933137_1_berasia-stab-wounds-persons-report

Bhopal businessman held for son's murder

A Bhopal-based businessman Ramesh Chand Agrawal has been arrested on the charges of giving a 'supari' for the murder of his 30-year-old son, the police said on Tuesday.

According to the police, Ramesh (70) had hired a contract killer for Rs3 lakh to get his son Ajay eliminated.

They said that Ramesh had taken this step as he was fed up with his son who used to threaten and abuse him. Also Ajay used to bash other employees in the shop run by him. When Ramesh used to stop his son, he would turn violent and even threaten to kill him.

Ajay's body was found on December 18 in the forests of Kararia recently. His father had said that Ajay had left home with Rs2 lakh in cash.

Along with Ramesh, the police also arrested Ajay's servant, Maan Singh, who confessed to have killed him.

Singh also told the police that he had been promised a sum of Rs3 lakh for the murder and out of this he had been paid Rs60,000 in advance.

Thanks To:
http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report_bhopal-businessman-held-for-son-s-murder_1781559

Businessman arrested for son's murder

Bhopal, Dec 25 ,2012 (PTI)

A 70-year-old businessman Ramesh Chand Agrawal has been arrested on the charges of giving a 'supari' for the murder of his 30-year-old son, police said today.

According to police, Ramesh had hired a contract killer for Rs three lakh to get his son Ajay eliminated.

They said that Ramesh had taken this step as he was fed up with his son who used to threaten and abuse him. Also Ajay used to bash other employees in the shop run by him. When Ramesh used to stop his son, he would turn violent and even threaten to kill him.

Ajay's body was found on December 18 in the forests of Kararia recently. His father had said that Ajay had left home with Rs two lakh in cash.

Along with Ramesh, police also arrested Ajay's servant, Maan Singh who confessed to have killed him.

Singh also told the police that he had been promised a sum of Rs three lakh for the murder and out of this he had been paid Rs 60,000 in advance.

Thanks To:
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/300820/businessman-arrested-sons-murder.html