Retired teacher murdered in Sitapur, investigation underway

Sep 12 2020 01:26 PM
Retired teacher murdered in Sitapur, investigation underway

Sitapur: Kamlesh Chandra Misra, a retired teacher for Mauli in Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh, was killed late in the night with a sharp weapon. Late-night bodies have been recovered from outside the temple at the cremation pier in Mauli. Superintendent of Police Rakesh Prakash Singh informed that Kamlesh Mishra was a resident of Sonan Tola Thana Mauli in Sitapur. He was a retired teacher.

Yesterday, he left home at around 7 pm to worship at a temple outside the village. When he did not return until 12.00 pm, the family went to look for him near the temple and there were traces of the attack on his body with a sharp weapon. He was immediately taken to hospital. He died on the way. The case has been registered on the complaint of the family members.

He said the spot was inspected. 4 teams have been constituted under the leadership of Additional Superintendent of Police, Northern and Jurisdictional Sadar. So far, the scrutiny has found that it might be a case of the black magic. With this point, all other aspects are being examined intensively.

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