Kidnapped Son Of Prayagraj Trader Found Dead In Chitrakoot Forest, Head Was Smashed

Kidnapped Son Of Prayagraj Trader Found Dead In Chitrakoot Forest, Head Was Smashed

Prayagraj, Sep 25 (TNA) The kidnapped son of a local businessman, who went missing on Saturday evening was found dead in the Chitrakoot forest on Sunday, police said. His head had been smashed with a heavy object, possibly a rock, an official informed while adding that his legs amd hands were found tied with a rope.

Killing of Shubh (14), son of businessman Pushpraj Kesarwani alias Vicky of Sadar Bazaar of Nagar Panchayat Shankargarh, was murdered after kidnapping has led to anger in the business community as well as locals in the city.

Shubh was a student of class eight in a school in Shankargarh. Family members told the cops that he was at the shop till 4 pm on Saturday. Then it is not known where he went. The family members searched for him a lot, but he was nowhere to be found. Around 9 pm, a call came on his father's mobile where the caller asked him to come to Dabhaura forest with Rs 15 lakh, otherwise they will kill his son.

The family members informed the Shankargarh police about the incident. The traders remained stuck in the police station till late night. Based on the father's complaint, the police registered the case and put the number under surveillance.

On getting the information, DCP Yamunanagar Abhinav Tyagi and ACP Bara Santosh Singh, Bara police station and Lalapur police station reached Shankargarh police station and after talking to the traders, took information about the entire matter from the police station incharge.

A police team was sent in search of the teenager on the basis of mobile location. On Sunday morning, his body was found in the forest of Arwari Mod in Bargarh police station area of Chitrakoot.

On receiving information, Shankargarh police and family members reached the spot. The deceased student's hands and legs were tied, a cloth was stuffed in his mouth and he was hit on the head with a heavy stone, causing serious injuries to the head and ears.

The News Agency