Accused was rendered jobless after recurring lockdowns
New Delhi, Jan. 6 (Delhi Crown): A 24-year-old man, resident of Goyla Dairy, allegedly killed his real brother in March last year so that he could withdraw Rs 9 lakh from his brother’s bank account which he had received as sale proceeds of their ancestral land in Uttar Pradesh.
The accused used to work as a taxi-driver, but during the lock-down due to Covid pandemic, he was rendered jobless and murdered his real brother for money.
Identified as Anand Kumar (24), the accused hatched a conspiracy with his friend to kill his brother named Rohit and called him to Delhi from his native village. After killing his own brother Anand and his friend threw his dead body into a drain along the Najafgarh-Dwarka Road in the area of Goyla Dairy.
The alleged took place on March 2, 2021
Subsequently, a case murder was registered at the Chhawla Police Station. It proved to be a blind murder case for the local police.
In the Post-Mortem Report of the deceased it was opined that the cause of death was “Asphyxia”.
To crack the case, a dedicated team was constituted under the supervision of ACP Vijay Singh Yadav. Informers were deployed in local areas of Goyla Dairy to get relevant clues.
On Wednesday, information was received by Sub-Inspector Dinesh Kumar that one person who was involved in a murder case of his real brother was roaming in the area on a stolen motorcycle.
Acting swiftly on the information, a police team reached the spot and a trap was laid under the metro line Najafgarh, Nala Road, Dwarka. At the instance of a secret informer one motorcycle was intercepted by the Anti-Auto Theft Squad (AATS) and the motorcyclist was overpowered.
The name & address of the motorcyclist was revealed as Anand Kumar S/o Ajay Kumar R/o Arun Ka Makan, Goyla Dairy, Najafgarh, Delhi, Age 24 years. He could not produce any ownership document of the motorcycle. On matching with records, the motorcycle recovered from his possession was found to be stolen from the area of Dabri, New Delhi.
According to the police, on interrogation he revealed that he had murdered his brother to get his share of Rs 9 lakhs received as proceeds from the sale of their ancestral land.