Kanpur, July 24
The Kanpur police have now claimed that Sanjeet Yadav, who was kidnapped on June 22, was murdered on June 26-27 by his buddies and his physique was thrown into the Pandu river.
SSP Dinesh Kumar Prabhu mentioned that the details about the homicide of Sanjeet Yadav, a lab technician, was acquired from 5 individuals who had been detained by the police.
Among these detained are two of Sanjeet’s buddies. The motive behind the kidnapping and homicide continues to be not identified. The physique of the sufferer has additionally not been recovered as but.
The Uttar Pradesh authorities on Friday suspended 4 police personnel, together with an Additional SP and a Circle Officer, for laxity within the probe into the kidnapping and homicide of a lab technician in Kanpur.
The authorities additionally mentioned Additional Director General (ADG-Police Headquarters) B P Jogdand will probe whether or not ransom was paid by the household of the lab technician or not.
“The state government after going through the matter has suspended ASP- South Aparna Gupta and then Circle Officer Manoj Kumar Gupta for their alleged laxity in probing the Kanpur kidnapping case,” in accordance with an official assertion.
Former SHO Barra Ranjit Rai and in-charge of the outpost Rajesh Kumar have additionally been suspended by the Senior Superintendent of Police, Kanpur, it mentioned.
The Kanpur police had landed in a significant controversy after it requested the household of a kidnapped man to pay the ransom cash to the abductors.
The household organized for the cash, Rs 30 lakh, and went to the designated spot on the Gujaini railway monitor on July 13. The police had been apparently ready within the wings to swoop down on the kidnapper.
However, the whole plan went awry when the kidnapper fled with the cash and there was no signal of the sufferer.
According to stories, Sandeep, son of Chaman Singh who labored at a neighborhood pathology lab, was kidnapped on June 22.
The kidnappers known as up the household and demanded Rs 30 lakh as ransom. Subsequently, Chaman Singh lodged a grievance and a FIR was registered on the Barra police station.
On the recommendation of the police, Chaman Singh managed to rearrange the ransom quantity and, as requested by the police, he handed it over to the kidnapper.
“However, the police said that they are clueless about the whereabouts of the kidnappers as well as my son,” Singh instructed reporters.
A video of his daughter crying for assist from the media and the police has additionally gone viral on the social media. The household blamed the native police for botching up the investigations.
The SSP mentioned on Friday that separate groups have been fashioned and additional investigations had been on to hint the physique of the sufferer. He additionally assured to analyze the position of the cops and mentioned that if discovered responsible, they are going to face strict motion. IANS/PTI