Saharanpur SP (Rural) Suraj Rai stated that it seems that the farmer, recognized as Pramod Rana, had died by suicide, whereas his servant was murdered. It isn’t but clear whether or not Rana killed his servant.
The physique of a 42-year-old farmer was discovered hanging from a tree in Sona Arjunpur village of Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur district. On the identical time, the mutilated physique of his 35-year-old servant was discovered stuffed in a sack close by. Each the our bodies have been despatched for autopsy and the report is awaited. The physique of the servant is reportedly decomposed.
Saharanpur Superintendent of Police (Rural) Suraj Rai stated on Sunday that prima facie it seems that the farmer, recognized as Pramod Rana, had died by suicide, whereas his servant was murdered. It isn’t but clear whether or not Rana killed his servant. Praveen was lacking since April 19. His family members had additionally lodged a lacking report. The forensic staff is probing the matter, in addition to the decision particulars of the deceased are additionally being investigated.
The sufferer’s household advised that Rana had left the home on Friday night on the pretext of giving water to the crop however he didn’t return. A day later, his physique was reportedly discovered hanging from a mango tree.
Rana is survived by his spouse and two daughters. His elder brother’s spouse and their 20-year-old daughter additionally reside in the identical home. Police stated that also they are probing the potential love angle within the case.
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