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Man kills minor in Delhi over grudge against parents

Tuesday - February 13, 2018 2:42 pm , Category : INDIA

New Delhi Feb 13 (IANS) A 27-year-old man has been arrested here for killing a minor boy over a grudge against his parents police said on Tuesday.



Police said the accused -- Avadhesh arrested on Monday night is familiar with the victim s family and is a distant relative. He stayed in a neighbouring house near the victim -- seven-year-old Ashish -- in Swaroop Nagar in west Delhi.

"Avadhesh told police Ashish s parents used to abuse him in his absence and did not like his visits to their house " Deputy Commissioner of Police Aslam Khan told IANS.

"He killed Ashish wrapped the body and placed it in a cupboard. He however pretended to be a well-wisher before Ashish s family " she added.

"He did not try to dump the body as he knew CCTVs are installed in the streets. Instead he killed some rats and placed them in his room. When asked about the stink he showed one of the rats " she added.

"We have recovered the body and sent it for post mortem " the police officer said.

Avadhesh also lied to Ashish s family and said he works with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). He told police he was preparing for a competitive examination and also appeared for a UPSC examination once.

Police said Ashish Singh went missing on January 7 following which Avadhesh along with the grandfather of the victim had registered a missing complaint in Swaroop Nagar police station. Avadhesh did that in order to avoid any suspicion.

"During investigation police teams examined all CCTV footage took help of local surveillance but did not get any solid lead to track the minor boy " DCP Khan said.

"Since no ransom call was made we investigated the case with all possible angles instead of kidnapping. During investigation Avadhesh presented himself as a very confident person. Police teams recorded his other family members and others statements " she said.

The victim s parents who run a grocery shop suspected Avadhesh after he stopped visiting their house since the last three days. He was a frequent visitor earlier.

"The family informed police and during cross checking Avadhesh changed his statements continuously. At last he broke down and confessed his crime " the officer added.

--IANS
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