Murder case solved in Ganderbal
Ganderabal, Feb 19: Police on Saturday arrested three persons in connection with a murder case in Ganderbal district.
The Superintendent of Police Ganderbal, Imtiyaz Hussain said that the accused trio had hatched a criminal conspiracy to eliminate Feroz Ahmad Dar to avenge the enmity arising out of extra marital affair and subsequent suicide by one Gulshana wife of Fayaz Ahmad Khan of Wussan some three months back.
The accused, Mushtaq Ahmed Sheikh, Fayaz Ahmad Khan and Tawseef Ahmad Sheikh, according to police, have confessed to killing Feroz Ahmad Dar son of Ghulam Muhammad of Sheikhpora Wussan.
Feroz’s body was found lying near Nallah Sindh adjacent to the main road leading towards Kangan on January 20 by the police. “The body bore violence marks and it was evident that the deceased had been murdered. Accordingly an FIR No.08/2011 U/S 302 RPC was registered in Police Station Ganderbal and investigation was taken up. During the course of investigation and subsequent evidence into the matter, the involvement of three persons in the commission of the crime got established,” the SP said.
“Mushtaq and Tawseef killed Feroz in lieu of money promised to them by Fayaz. During the course of investigation it was found that some three months before Gulshana committed suicide after her husband and father in law came to know about her alleged affair with one Riyaz Ahmad Dar brother of deceased Feroz. Thereafter Fayaz Khan husband of the lady decided to take revenge but however could not eliminate Riyaz as he considered it difficult to kill him. Therefore, as per his confession he decided to kill his brother Feroz who was a bus conductor by profession and an easy target. He hired the services of Mushtaq and Tawseef
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