News2News.in News. Sonipat:In the Sadar Police Station area, the defendant involved in the murder of the cantor owner by strangulation and beating with a brick was found guilty. Judge Pramod Goyal of the Additional District Court and Sessions sentenced the convict to life imprisonment. The court fined the convict 10,000 rupees. In the event of late payment of the fine, the convicted person must expect an additional prison sentence of six months.
Ramchandra, a resident of Rindhana village, recounted on October 31, 2018 that his cousin Shamsher son Saheb Singh along with Shamsher son Chhoturam from the village came to Sonepat bypass on October 30, 2018 because he had a had galloped. After passing the vehicle during the day, his brother Shamsher called his driver, Bijendra, late that evening. From there, Shamsher took paper to the Jahri bypass to complete the photo state. By now, Bijendra had noticed that the curb of his village had led him ahead on the Jahri Bypass. Ankush and Shamsher’s family had often had arguments.
Bijendra then informed Ramchandra of the capture of Shamsher. When Ramchandra and other relatives came looking for Shamsher, they found Shamsher’s body on the Jahari bypass road late at night. He showed signs of injury on his neck, face and head. He was strangled and attacked with a brick. Police had initiated a case against Ankush and others based on Ramchandra’s testimony. Ramchandra had told police that Ankush and his family used to live near his brother Shamsher’s house in the village. They had set up a platform in the street. When the alley was being built, the defendant had an argument with his brother Shamsher about this.
Shamsher had lodged a complaint in the panchayat and built the road by removing the platform. After the incident a month and a half ago, the accused had left the village and lived in the Sonipat Indian colony. In this enmity, his cousin was killed. While investigating the case, the team led by then Sadar Police Station Chief Ramesh Chandra arrested the accused Ankush. The defendant had confessed to having carried out the incident out of hostility. The police brought him before the court and sent him to prison in judicial custody. During the hearing of the case, the trial court judge, Pramod Goyal, sentenced the defendant Ankush. The court sentenced the convict to life imprisonment and a fine of 10,000 rupees. In the event of late payment of the fine, the convicted person must expect an additional prison sentence of six months.