W DELHI: A 44-year-old garment manufacturer, Narender Narang, was killed at his house in Kirti Nagar on August 29 by two men who, the police have alleged, had come to have sex with him.
In a replay of the Pushkin Chandra case, the cops have arrested two men - Pradeep Kumar (21) and Kamal Kishore (19) - for killing the businessman after having sex with him.

The two men are residents of Bilheri village in Hardoi district of UP. Their primary motive for killing Narender was theft.

Narang operated from the Shastri Nagar area in Sarai Rohilla and used to earn up to Rs 60,000 daily. But he seemed to be lonely and sought companionship and physical relations which led to his death. He had married in 1992 but had divorced his wife by 1994. He had no children and was staying away from other family members who live nearby, say the cops.

Narang had been found murdered at his home in Kirti Nagar on August 29. A clutch wire was found tied around his neck. That's how probably he had been strangled. "During investigation, it was established that Narang would strike relationships with men and we got some clues to the identity of the murderers," V Renganathan, additional commissioner of police, west, said.

Since the body was naked, the cops began looking into the possibility of a gay relationship and also the fact that the assailants were probably known to Narang.

"We began looking into the antecedents of the deceased. Details of his business associates and the calls he had made helped. We found he had a number of acquaintances who were paid for spending time with him. We got to the accused after questioning them," said the ACP.

Kumar and Kishore were arrested. It was gradually revealed that Kumar had fetched Kishore from his village after getting to know about Narang's personal life. "The two accused told us that on August 29, they went to the Shastri Nagar godown of Narang and finally went to his house in Narang's car. After having food, they started having sex with him,'' said Renganathan.

It was during this act that Kishore tied Narang's feet with a nylon cord while Kumar strangled him with the clutch wire, said police.

They then took away Rs 50,000 and Narang's mobile phone before fleeing from the house.
By the time the police got to them, they had blown up the money. Narang's mobile phone has, however, been recovered.

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