Chhattisgarh Police Suspecting the Murder of 4 at Khudmuda Village as a Case of ‘Supari’ Killing
- 4 in a family were found dead with an 11-year-old boy in a critical state at Khudmuda village under Amleshwar police station in Durg district
- The investigation team suspects that it is a case of ‘Supari’ (contract) killing, and the killers were sent by some influencers
Raipur: Four persons in a family were found dead, and an 11-year-old boy of the same family was found in a critical state earlier this week at Khudmuda village under Amleshwar police station in the Durg district of Chhattisgarh. After rescuing the dead bodies, police have launched an investigation team to find the murderers.
Some of the suspected fellows have been booked and being interrogated on the murder case. A team reached the state capital last night and interrogated a property dealer regarding the case, thorough which the team has found several clues in the murder case. The investigation team is suspecting that it is a case of ‘Supari Killing’ or contractual murder.
Earlier this week, bodies of 4 persons in a family, named Balraj Sonkar (60), his wife Dularin Bai (55), his son Rohit (30), and daughter-in-law Kirtin were found floating in a water tank near their residence at Khudmuda village under Jaleshwar police station in Durg district. Sonkar’s 11-year-old grandson was rescued in critical condition and was admitted to a hospital in Raipur.
“Four bodies were found floating in the water tank while two were crushed with a heavy object. The incident took place at around midnight”, stated the Sub-Divisional Police Officer Akash Rao.