Ambikapur (Chhattisgarh). During the lockdown in Chhattisgarh’s Ambikapur, two cousins got out to roam in their Innova car. The young businessmen resident of Brahm Road were shot and killed by their neighbor and buried the bodies of both in their fence. This double murder has created a sensation in the city of Ambikapur. Police officers have reached the spot and the area has been sealed. The reason for the murder is being told to be furious over the mutual transaction of Rs.
According to the police, Saurabh Aggarwal, a resident of Brahm Road, is 28 years and Sunil Aggarwal is a cousin in a 40-year relationship. Both of them left their Innova car number CG 15 DH-8449 at around 8.30 pm on 10 April. Did not return after this.
Their disappearance was reported to the police. Meanwhile, the police suspected the accused Akash Gupta, who was roaming around in the name of cooperating with the police. He was interrogated by taking custody. On Saturday night, the Innova was found in unclaimed condition near the office of contractor Prakash Rai, located in the Akashwani Chowk of the city.
It is being told that the driver who came out standing Innova was identified by the family members. After this, the police took both the suspects of the murder into custody. During interrogation, the accused brothers have confessed to killing the business brothers and burying them behind the house.
On getting information about the incident, senior police officers reached the spot late at night. The main accused Akash Gupta is the only one among the five sisters. After the death of his father, he lives with an old mother, wife and three children. The accused was the owner of property worth crores, but sold the entire property. It is being told that the accused, along with his partner Siddharth Yadav, killed the two business brothers in a transaction dispute. The police officers are being intensively questioned about the incidents, so that the real incidents can be revealed. Superintendent of Police Ashutosh Singh, ASP Om Chandel, CSP SS Packra, DSP Forensics etc. are on the spot. Currently, the process of removing the dead bodies is going on.