News2News.in News. destinyhabad: Judge GS Wadhwa of the Additional District and Sessions Court sentenced two convicts to life imprisonment and a fine of Rs one lakh each for brutally murdering a shopkeeper with iron pins and looting a shop in Tohana to avenge the insult. According to the information received, on the night of May 21, 2019, Jogendra aka Bittu, a resident of Friends Colony, director of a ready-to-wear showroom on Eisenbahnstrasse, was brutally murdered by being stabbed with an iron needle. Jogendra was found dead in a pool of blood in the basement of his showroom. In this case, on May 22, 2019, the Tohana Municipal Police had registered a case of murder and robbery of his brother Jogendra against unknown youths on a complaint filed by Friends Colony resident Dinesh Kumar.
In the police report, Dinesh said he ran a real estate agency near Railway Colony. His brother Jogendra has also opened a ready-to-wear showroom nearby. Both brothers used to go home together when we came home from work in the evening. When he went to his brother’s store at around 10 p.m. on the night of May 21, 2019, there were a few customers there. Jogendra told him you go home, I’ll come. After that I came to my house and late at night I got a call from his niece that my father hadn’t come home. By the time he got to the showroom, his brother was dead in a pool of blood in the basement. While investigating the matter, the police arrested Dinesh Kumar, a resident of Udaipur, and Lakhbir aka Lakkha, a resident of Lakhuana.
To avenge the insult to a friend, the incident was executed
Lakhbir had told the police that about 15 days before the incident, Jogendra had an argument with one of his companions about the price of clothes and Jogendra had thrown him out of the shop. To avenge this insult, he, together with his partner Dinesh, reached Jogendra’s shop at night with two iron pins and attacked him indiscriminately with iron pins under the pretense of showing him a t-shirt. He then fled the street with about 60,000 rupees in cash. The court sentenced both of them to life imprisonment and a fine of one lakh rupees each in the case.