Agra: In Agra, Uttar Pradesh, a youth was murdered by slitting his throat with a sharp weapon. People informed the police of the murder. Police officers who arrived at the scene sent the body for an autopsy. Police officials say the investigation is ongoing. Family members call this a property dispute. For nearly a year, the eldest son’s wife claimed a share of the property. The police are involved in the investigation of the case.
The case is from the Prakash Nagar region of Thana Etmadoula. The body of Ghanshyam Kushwaha’s (22) son, Gopali, was found in the bedroom of the house covered in blood on Saturday morning. Ghanshyam lived with his mother Draupadi. Family members said that when he did not come out of the house until 10 a.m. on Saturday morning, when people in the neighborhood went to the house and saw, the ground slipped under his feet. Ghanshyam’s bleeding body lay in the last room of the house. The local people informed the family and the police, while Ghanshyam’s mother, Draupadi, visited her maternal home in Tundla a few days ago. SP City Vikas Kumar who reached the place says the reason for the murder is being determined. Family members are also interviewed. ongoing real estate dispute Ghanshyam’s father, Gopali, was a railway worker. After the death of his father, his mother Draupadi obtained a pension from the railways. Originally from Karbhana Thana Tajganj about 12 years ago, Nunihai came to live in Prakash Nagar. Ghanshyam’s older brother Vishnu died in custody due to illness. Since then, Vishnu’s wife, Rashmi, lived with her two children in her maternal home in Sultanganj. Relatives said Rashmi was constantly asking for a share of the property. There have been many disputes about this.
Ghanshyam was alone in the house Locals said Ghanshyam’s mother, Draupadi, visited her maternal home in Tundla on Monday. Ghanshyam was addicted to drugs. In addition to alcohol, he also liked ganja. That was the reason he couldn’t get married. He was alone in the house at the time of the murder. Admission – Sunil Saket