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MP: Head constable murdered after kidnapping, dead body buried, BJP leader’s name revealed

The body of 46-year-old head constable Vijay Baghel, posted at a police station in Madhya Pradesh’s Chhindwara district, was buried after he was allegedly kidnapped and killed.

Madhya Pradesh, Chhindwara, Seoni, News : A case of allegedly kidnapping and burying the dead body of 46-year-old head constable Vijay Baghel posted at Chand police station in Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh has come to light. Baghel’s body was excavated for hours on Thursday from a grave by JCB in Bamhodi Salua area under Dundasivani police station, about 15 km from Seoni district headquarters.Also Read – Chhattisgarh: Mother slams two and a half year old son insisting to drink milk, died on the spot

In the preliminary investigation, there is a suspicion of murder due to the transaction of money. Baghel had lent around Rs 12 lakh to some people resident of Seoni. At the same time, Chaurai police station in-charge Shashi Vishwakarma told that there are five accused including Rahul Nema and Maunu Thakur in this case of murder. However, he refused to name the other three accused saying that the investigation in the matter is going on, so it would not be appropriate to reveal their identities right now. Meanwhile, Seoni’s BJP spokesperson Shrikant Agarwal said, “Rahul Nema has been removed from the primary membership of the party and other posts.” Also Read – MP Police Recruitment 2021: Jobs can be found without examination in the posts of constable, sub-inspector in MP Police, apply soon, will get salary of 1.1 lakhs

He lived with his family at Chaurai in neighboring Chhindwara district and suddenly went missing two days ago. In the preliminary investigation, there is a suspicion of murder due to the transaction of money. In this case, BJP’s city minister Rahul Nema’s name came up and he has been expelled from the primary membership and posts of the BJP. Also Read – Video: Congress leader Digvijay Singh gave controversial statement on Hindu-Muslim population…

Shyam Singh Maravi, Additional Superintendent of Police, Seoni district said, “The case of killing a police employee posted in Chhindwara district and burying the dead body in Bamhodi Sailua area of ​​Seoni has come to the fore. Chaurai police is probing the matter.”

At the same time, PS Balre, Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDOP) of Chaurai area of ​​Chhindwara district said that the deceased head constable was originally a resident of Jaitpur village of Seoni, who was posted in Chhindwara Police Lines. Recently he was transferred to Chand police station in Chhindwara district. The deceased lived with the family in Chaurai.

The SDOP said, “On September 21, Baghel’s disappearance was reported by his family members at the Chaurai police station. After investigating this, the suspects were questioned. During interrogation of the suspects, it was found that after killing him, the body has been brought to Seoni and buried in Bamhodi Salua Valley.

“On the spot of the suspects, the Chaurai police reached the place where the body was buried on Thursday,” Balre said. He told, “The body of the deceased has been recovered by excavation with the help of JCB machine. He said that the postmortem of the deceased has been done and detailed investigation is going on.

Balne said that in the preliminary investigation, there is a suspicion of murder due to the transaction of money. Baghel had lent around Rs 12 lakh to some people resident of Seoni. At the same time, Chaurai police station in-charge Shashi Vishwakarma told that there are five accused including Rahul Nema and Maunu Thakur in this case of murder. However, he refused to name the other three accused saying that the investigation in the matter is going on, so it would not be appropriate to reveal their identities right now. Meanwhile, Seoni’s BJP spokesperson Shrikant Agarwal said, “Rahul Nema has been removed from the primary membership of the party and other posts.”

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