News Desk, Amar Ujala, Bhopal
Published by: Ravindra bhajani
Updated Mon, Nov 8, 2021 12:13 pm IST
There is a panic situation in the area due to the discovery of three bodies from a well in the village of Devrunda in the Ratlam district. The criminals killed Laxman, 35, along with his two sons, 13 and 8, and threw them into the well.
The corpses were removed from the well.
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There is a situation of commotion in the area due to the discovery of three bodies from a well in the village of Devrunda, in the area of the Sailana police station, in the district of Ratlam. The criminals killed Laxman, 35, along with his two sons, 13 and 8, and threw them into the well. All three died. Upon receiving the information, SP Gaurav Tiwari and senior officers arrived at the scene. The matter is under investigation.
According to the police, the motive for the murder is suspected to be a land dispute. The 35-year-old farmer Laxman’s son, Mangu Bhabhar, a resident of Devrunda village, had gone to the farm on Sunday morning to repair a broken engine. There he had pulled the motor out of the well. Until the evening, when family members were active in finding the farmer and his children. When we went to the well, the engine and Lakshman were not seen there. Suspecting, some young men tried to search by descending into the well. There they saw the bodies of the three tied to the water motor. The bodies of all three have been removed. Upon receiving the information, the manager of the Sailana station, Shivmangal Singh, arrived at the scene together with the Sengar team. The bodies were sent to the district hospital for autopsy. The police have arrested some suspects and are questioning them.
second triple murder case
This is the second triple murder case in Ratlam in a year. A year ago, near the Jawan Nagar Muktidham in Ratlam, three members of a family were shot dead by criminals who had entered with the intention of looting. Dilip Deval, the main defendant in this case, was killed in a police encounter.