Two skeletons were found in a burnt Bolero at Loharu in Bhiwani at 8 am on Thursday. As soon as the information was received, FSL and other teams reached the spot. There is a possibility that both the victims died either due to the fire in the vehicle or they were burnt to death.
Chandigarh: Two skeletons were found in a burnt Bolero at Loharu in Bhiwani, Haryana at 8 am on Thursday. As soon as the information was received, FSL and other teams reached the spot. It is being speculated that both the victims died either due to fire in the vehicle or they were burnt to death. But the matter was different.
Both the dead bodies found in Bolero belonged to Junaid and Nasir, residents of village Ghatmika, police station Gopalganj area of Bharatpur district of Rajasthan. The dead bodies of both of them were recovered from the Bolero under suspicious circumstances.
The Bolero in which both the bodies were found was parked in the forest of village Loharu in Bhiwani district of Haryana. His relatives allege that both of them were abducted and burnt alive by the people of Bajrang Dal and Gau Rakshak Dal. Police station Gopalganj has started investigation by registering a case naming the members of Bajrang Dal on the statement of the brother of the deceased.
In the complaint given to the police, Junaid’s brother Jafar said that his brother Junaid (35) along with Nasir (27), a resident of the village, had gone to Piruka Jothri village of Bharatpur in a Bolero at 5 am on Wednesday. On the way, eight to ten people of Bajrang Dal and Gau Rakshak Dal caught both of them and kidnapped them and took them in the Bolero to the forest of Piruka village. There, both of them were badly beaten, then put them in the unconscious state of Bolero and took them to the blacksmith and set the vehicle on fire.
In his complaint, Jaffar has named eight-ten people, including Monu Nuh, a resident of Manesar, Manesar, Gurgaon, Shrikant, a resident of village Maroda and Lokesh Singla, a resident of Hodal, Palwal, as responsible for the incident.
CCTV footage of all the routes leading to the spot is also being scrutinized so that the truth can be ascertained. The police has got the chassis number of the Bolero vehicle checked so that information about its owner can be gathered. Police investigation revealed that the people of the village had passed through this route till around 12 o’clock last night.
During that time no such incident happened here. In such a situation, this incident is believed to be after 12 o’clock in the night. It is being told that the wires of this incident can be connected to the neighboring state of Rajasthan. However, the police is claiming to crack the case soon.