Bihar: 2 arrested in Nalanda for burning a man alive

Patna: A youth kidnapped for a ransom of lakhs of rupees in the Nalanda district of Bihar has been burnt alive by miscreants. The deceased was the son of an employee of the electricity department. Who was kidnapped 3 days ago. Police had registered a case in the case but no accused had yet been handed over to the police.

Police are now investigating the case. The incident has created a sensation in the district. The incident took place in Musadpur near Hospital Chowk in Nalanda. Where Urmila Devi, a woman employee of the power department, lives with her family. On October 16, Urmila Devi from the Bihar police station area visited the police station and registered a case of the kidnapping of her 20-year-old son Nitish. The police took the matter seriously and started an investigation.

During the investigation, police detained two suspects, including a school operator. When questioned, it was revealed that everyone was stunned. After the arrest of the two accused, police on Tuesday recovered some evidence of murder from the premises of Mother Teresa School in Ashanagar, Sohsarai. The accused told police that they had burnt the youth alive. Then the pieces of his corpse were separated and thrown into the river. School operator Deepak Kumar arrested in the case is a member of the family of the deceased. Who carried out the massacre in a scary manner.

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