Man killed after being abducted in Jodhpur district, three relatives detained

A man was abducted and beaten after which he was rushed to the hospital when the police reached the spot.

Published: 01st August 2019 11:18 AM  |   Last Updated: 01st August 2019 11:18 AM   |  A+A-

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By ANI

JODHPUR: A man was abducted and killed allegedly by three of his relatives including two maternal-uncles in Chamu village of the Jodhpur district.

Sharing details of the case, SHO Kishan Singh said, "In the afternoon we received information about a man being abducted and beaten. Our ASI immediately rushed to the place of incident. The police found the victim in a grievously injured state and rushed him to hospital. He was declared brought dead by doctors. The kin gave a complaint against three people including the maternal-uncle of the victim. We have registered FIR and postmortem of the victim was done."

Based on the complaint of the relatives a case has been registered, three accused namely Mangaram, Premaram and Achlaram have been detained. "Two of these are maternal uncle of the victim and third is also a relative. We are interrogating the accused. Prima facie it is revealed that the deceased was reportedly harassing accused's niece. We are investigating", SHO Singh told reporters.

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