Man burnt alive for not returning the money

Nov 28 2019 01:41 PM
Man burnt alive for not returning the money

Kanpur: Once again in the Kanpur district of Uttar Pradesh, a heart-wrenching case has come to light, where a person has been set on fire by the moneylenders for not returning the loan amount. The young man, who is in a scorched condition, has been admitted to the district hospital for treatment, where he is fighting for life and death. Babupurwa police station has started the action by registering a case against four people, including a woman, after coming to light of the loophole incident.

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Mohammad Rais, a resident of Begumpurwa in Babupurwa police station area, works in gas welding. Due to some work at home, he needed a few rupees, so he borrowed forty thousand rupees from Guddu living in the area. Rais could not return the loan amount taken from Guddu in due time. After which the angry Guddu took over his gas welding shop. Raees's sister Razia Begum accused Guddu of threatening to kill the young man after capturing the shop.

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Due to fear, the nobleman stayed in his sister's house. On Wednesday, when the nobleman reached his shop for some work, Guddu, the usurper, put petrol on it and set it on fire. Seeing the young man surrounded by fire, the area was stirred. Somehow the nearby people extinguished the fire and admitted the victim Rais to the district hospital Ursula for treatment where he is struggling with life and death. According to doctors, the victim has suffered scorching of 75% and it is difficult to say anything. The police is currently investigating the case.

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