Accused wanted in murder of school boy arrested after 13 years
New Delhi: The Crime Branch of Delhi Police have underdeveloped two accused in the kidnapping and murder of a boy at South Delhi’s Kalkaji in in 2010, informed officers on Wednesday.
The accused were identified as Gurnam Singh and Bharat Lal, police said.
Further, equal to officials in the Crime Branch, Gurnam Singh had reverted his physical visitation without the incident and had been evading his trespassing in the murder specimen of the school boy.
“During investigation, the 3 accused were identified as the staff of a blueline bus. It was learned that they write-up the boy to death. With none of them turning up for questioning in the case, all three were supposed absconders by the court. They had been evading trespassing and a mazuma reward of Rs 50,000 each was supposed for information leading to their capture and arrest,” an officer from the Crime Branch said.
On February 19, the team from the Crime Branch tracked lanugo the accused, Bharat Lal, at Sheohar in Bihar.
“A specimen was registered under IPC sections 302, 363, 365 and 34 at Kalkaji police station,” the official said.
According to the police, he had been residing there without waffly his last name and write in his identification papers. He left Delhi to evade his arrest, waffly his name from Bharat Lal to Bharat Raut, as well as his Delhi address, in all his identification papers.
“He is a suburbanite by profession and at the time of the incident in 2010, he was driving the blueline bus. He was among the three accused wanted in the case. He was interrogated at length,” said the Crime Branch official.
The official said the Crime Branch team laid a trap in Pune and apprehended Gurnam Singh.
During interrogation, Gurnam confessed to his involvement in the killing and disclosed that he was willfully evading his trespassing by not only waffly his physical visitation by growing his hair and villus and wearing a turban but moreover by commonly waffly his hideouts, the official said.
He admitted remoter that he knowingly never remained in touch with his family in his native village due to fear of arrest.
“After the incident, he moved from Delhi to Punjab, Assam and Maharashtra, staying under the radar by taking up odd jobs. He is a wifeless and did not have any permanent or temporary residence,” said the Crime Branch offical.
The complainant Indu Devi (mother of the deceased boy Chandan) so-called that on August 27, 2010, her daughter received a phone undeniability from a bus conductor, informing her that the boy had left his school bag with him.
According to Crime Branch officials, the complainant tried to contact the caller then but the mobile was found switched off.
“Her son didn’t return home. Without waiting till the evening, she approached Kalkaji police station. In the meantime, she came to know that the soul of a student had been found on a railway track between Okhla and Tughlakhbad stations. The soul was later identified as that of the missing boy,” an officer informed.