Seeing mother's name on uncle's hand, nephew murdered him

Jaipur: The truth about the high-profile murder case in Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, has finally come to light. Police have solved the murder case of a Port Blair businessman in Jaipur. A 44-year-old businessman was killed by his own 18-year-old nephew in Bhankrota, Jaipur. Where police say the criminal hit his uncle on the head with a rod and killed him after seeing his mother's name anus on his hand.

According to reports, 44-year-old businessman Shashi Agarwal was murdered by his 18-year-old nephew Raj Agarwal. It has been revealed that the family of the deceased Shashi and Parapet Raj live in Port Blair and trade iron cupboards there. Raj was studying here in Jaipur and lived on Sirsi Road. Shashi had come to Jaipur for some work so he was having a liquor party with his nephew and nephew's friend Bunty.

The police further said that she saw her mother's name written on her uncle's hand. After which he got angry and went inside and pulled out the rod and stabbed him on the head from behind. Shashi lost his life on the spot after being hit by a rod. According to the killer nephew, after Shashi's death, he called another friend and then saw ways to depose the bodies from YouTube.

Quoting the accused, police said that after which the accused went to Vaishali Nagar and bought salt and packed it in polythene with salt. Hired a taxi and took it to a deserted place and buried the body. Not only that, Raj said that his mother and his father had divorced and all of them live in Port Blair. He was going to Port Blair the next day with uncle Shashi. He knew that it was because of his uncle in the house that there was discord between his parents.

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