Out of 3 brothers kidnapped from Rajasthan, 2 were murdered. His body has been recovered from the forest located near Qutub Minar.
New Delhi: A sensational murder incident has been carried out in the capital of the country, Delhi. Criminals kidnapped 3 brothers from Rajasthan for ransom. 2 of them were brutally murdered, while one brother is safe. The Delhi Police along with the Rajasthan Police have recovered the bodies of both the children. The safe child has been kept in the Children’s Home. The police were also shocked by the discovery of the bodies of two children together. After investigation, information about the whole matter was found.
According to the information, ransom was demanded from their family after kidnapping 3 children from Rajasthan. In this regard, the families of the children were also called. During this the kidnapped children were brought to Delhi and they were murdered. Police have recovered the bodies of two children from the forest located near Qutub Minar. The third child is safe in Lajpat Nagar’s Children’s Home.
DCP (South Delhi) Chandan Chaudhary said that an FIR was lodged at Bhiwadi police station in Rajasthan in connection with kidnapping of children. The police had registered a case on the complaint of a person named Gushan Singh. He had told that his 3 sons Aman, Vipin and Shiva were missing since October 15.
The Rajasthan Police had started the investigation. During this, a ransom call came to the families of the children. When the police caught a person after investigation, he told that he had thrown the dead bodies of children after killing them in the forest near Qutub Minar metro station in Delhi.
On the spot of the accused, the crime branch team from Rajasthan reached Delhi and along with the local police conducted a search operation here. The bodies of two children were recovered here. Meanwhile, on October 16, a 6-year-old child was found by the police, he was only able to speak the name of himself and his father. Investigation revealed that he is the third child missing from Rajasthan, Shiva.