Pune: 18-year-old thrashed to death, eyes excavate


PUNE: An 18-yr old student died in a road accident when two drunken youths who were riding a motorcycle runs over him as he hit their bike while crossing the road. The accused also gashed out his eyes from his body.

On Saturday, the accused were detained by the Sahakarnagar police for assassinating the victim at Dhankawadi. After the incident, they rushed from the spot but police officials tried to catch them in just eight hours.

The police officials revealed that Jatav belongs from Madhya Pradesh. The deceased was recovered lying in an open plot situated at Vanshiv Vasti in Dhankawadi at around 8.30 am. When DCP (Zone II) Pankaj Dahane, assistant commissioner Shivaji Pawar and inspector A T Waghmale came to know about the incident, they reached to the spot.

Waghmale let one know of the main daily paper that the suspects had fiercely pummeled Jatav. There were wounds all over and his eyes were gouged out so it was extremely hard to learn his character. In any case, Jatav’s relatives, who were scanning for him, moved toward the Market Yard police, along these lines helping in recognizable proof.

Later at night, police captured two suspects – Sumit Sudhir Kale (21) of Raviwar Peth and Akshay moniker Bhima Bappu Divate (23) of Shivadarshan region close to the Pune railroad station. The two had wanted to escape, Waghmale said.

Waghmale said the police obtained versatile call information from the area where Jatav was slaughtered and found the portable quantities of Kale and Divate. Their numbers were followed to Pune station region.

Waghmale let one know of the main daily paper that Jatav had come down to Pune a few days back and should remain with cousins. “He needed to see Pune,” he said. His cousins remain at Gangadham chowk close Market Yard. “On Saturday morning, his siblings chose to cook something unique and advised Jatav to get a few vegetables from a merchant adjacent,” Waghmale said.

Jatav, a talented work represent considerable authority in tile fitting, left their home and was intersection the street at Gangadham chowk to purchase vegetables around 8 am. “While crossing the street, Jatav crashed against the cruiser of the suspects. The riders fell and their bicycle endured some minor harm. The pair instructed him to pay Rs 2,000 on the spot. At the point when Jatav disclosed to them he didn’t have cash, they got furious and beat him up,” Waghmale said.

Waghmale said the suspects are school dropouts.