Jodhpur : Boy’s death, District administration to nab killers in seven days


Jodhpur  The District Administration has got an seven days ultimatum by the people of Bhoopalgarh led by the Brahmin community, to arrest the killers of Ravindra Upadhyay, a 13-year-old boy who was found dead on the bank of the village pond in Kuri Village last Friday. They took out a huge silent procession after holding a meeting at Rajiv Gandhi Square on Thursday.

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The community people along with the relatives and family of the dead held a demonstration in which they refused to do the funeral of the boy, demanding the arrest of the murderers immediately, claiming the death of Ravindra to be a murder.

Finally, they agreed to conduct the funeral on Wednesday morning. But they refused to accept the post-mortem report terming it to be influenced and demanded a re-post-mortem from the magistrate, who refused to grant the permission.

Ravindra was missing from since Friday and later on was found in a very badly injured and bleeding condition on the bank of the village pond by his family in the night.

The post-mortem report, however, termed drowning as the cause of death but the people alleged that the report was tampered under the pressure from some local politicians. They refused to hold their demonstration demanding a fair probe into the death, arrest of the accused and a CBI inquiry into the matter.

The Father’s boy lodged a complaint against three people who on interrogation were not found involved in the matter, said the ASP Narpat Singh.

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