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Crime Patrol: Thane Teen’s Killer Traced To Up, 10 Yrs After Murder (Episode 629, 630 On 28th, 29th February, 2016)

Thane, Maharashtra

Accused in 10-year-old murder case arrested during municipal election campaign in Uttar Pradesh

The Thane Crime Branch has arrested Abdul Qadir Chaudhary, a 50-year-old man from Basti town in Uttar Pradesh, for the murder of a teenager from Thane ten years ago. Chaudhary, who was contesting in local municipal body elections, was identified from his campaign posters by a police informer. He confessed to dumping the victim, Pramod Gautam, at a secluded spot in Bhiwandi after he was grievously injured by a driver.

Pramod worked for Chaudhary, who ran a small-time transport business in Thane. The victim was hit on the head with an iron rod by a driver after a petty argument escalated, and instead of taking him to the hospital, Chaudhary with the help of other drivers dumped him at a secluded spot where he bled to death. The accused was booked for murder, while the hunt is on for his accomplices who disappeared after the incident.

The victim's family had filed a complaint saying their boy had been kidnapped, but the Wagle Estate Police Station in Thane had no idea that Pramod was dead and didn't press any charges against Chaudhary, Khan, and Aziz. The police were able to catch the accused only after ten years, when they found out that the man they were looking for was contesting municipal elections in Basti.


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