To tie: The unclaimed dead body, which came from Panna district of Madhya Pradesh in Banda, UP, after being washed away in the Ken canal has been identified. The deceased was murdered by his friend on suspicion of illicit relations with his wife and threw the body in the canal. Naraini police recovered the body two days ago.
On Wednesday, the body of a 22-year-old youth was recovered by the police in Atarra Branch Canal Kothi of Ken Canal. Whose identity was identified as Gudda (22) son Dadu Kewat resident Chandipati Ajay Garh district Panna. Police started efforts for identification after finding the body. On the other hand, the family of Gudda Kewat, who was missing from the house, was searching. On the information of the unidentified body found in the canal, the family members reached Naraini police station and identified them. It is said that Gudda Kewat, a resident of Ajaygarh police station area of Panna district of bordering Madhya Pradesh, had left the house on a bike on Tuesday evening. Then he was nowhere to be found. Later his body was found in the canal. Gudda’s slippers and blood were also found on the banks of the canal.
Dadu Kewat, the father of the deceased, told that some villagers have told that his friend, a resident of Boda Purva village, has been seen with him. According to the father, his friend suspected of having an illicit relationship with the friend’s wife. Due to this, he first made Gudda drink alcohol and later killed him with a sharp weapon. After this the body was thrown in the canal. Gudda’s bike was not found, mobile is also missing. At the same time, Naraini police say that the whole matter is being investigated. Looking for mobile and bike. Further action will be taken after the postmortem report is received.
Input- Anil Singh