Murder of youth due to illicit relationship, police solved mystery in just 8 hours

Jaipur: Police solved the murder in the Sawaimadhopur district of Rajasthan within 8 hours. In fact, the body of a youth was recovered near the Jeevd river in Batoda police station area on Thursday morning. Police have arrested the wife of the deceased and her boyfriend in the case. Both the accused were produced before the court on Friday and remanded in police custody.

Sawai Madhopur Superintendent of Police Rajesh Singh said that a passerby informed the police that the body of a youth was found on the roadside near Jeevd river in Batoda police station area at 8 am on Thursday. Police officer Vivek Harsana rushed to the spot on information. The body was identified as Brajendra's son Girraj Meena resident Kazi Kondli Thana Batoda after which the family members were informed. The mobile forensic unit was called to the spot and evidence was collected. This was followed by a postmortem of the body. A case of murder was registered on the complaint of the kin of the deceased and a team comprising police officer Bamanvas Brijesh Meena, police officer Malrana Dungar Dhanraj Meena and police officer Batoda Vivek Harsana was formed under the supervision of Additional Superintendent of Police Suresh Kumar Pulli and CO Bamanvas Tej Kumar Pathak.

Superintendent of Police Rajesh Singh informed that the team constituted arrested murder accused Jasram Meena's son Hariram (32), resident Padlithana Balaghat district Karauli and the deceased's wife Nirma Meena (23) in just 8 hours and disclosed the case. Jasram Meena has been holding the post of Post Master in Gaonmorpa for 9 years. Jasram had a close relationship with the deceased Vijender's wife, Nirma, for many years, which Vijendra and his wife always had a dispute over. It was on the night of the incident that Jasram made Vijendra drink alcohol. Then strangled him to death.

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