Woman among three held as police solve 'blind murder case' in Srinagar

The three also found involved in drug peddling activities
Woman among three held as police solve 'blind murder case' in Srinagar

Srinagar, April 05: Jammu and Kashmir police on Tuesday claimed to have cracked the March 15 Tengan blind murder case by arresting three persons in Srinagar district.

Quoting a police spokesperson, GNS reported that a team of Police Station Nowgam,Srinagar made a significant breakthrough in the blind murder case that has been under investigation.

It said that three accused have been identified and arrested on 4 April,2023 , who were involved in the heinous  crime. The accused have been identified as Sahil Maqbool Najar, his wife Mehak Sahil, and Waseem Ahmad Sheikh, all residents of Narkara Budgam. These three (3) all are found involved in drug peddling activities as well. 

According to the police spokesman, the case was filed when an unidentified dead body was found at village Tengan on March 15, 2023. Later, the deceased was identified as Suhail Rehman Beigh, son of Ab Rehman Beigh, a resident of Karfali Mohalla in Srinagar. Following his identification and leads in investigation a case under FIR No. 48/23 under Section 302 IPC was registered at Police Station Nowgam.

A team of Police Station Nowgam headed by the SHO Nowgam have been conducting a thorough investigation into the case, making use of available evidences to identify and track down the suspects, he said.

The accused Mohd Waseem Shiekh has been arrested for helping the other two accused for  disposing off the body by ferrying it in a sumo vehicle from their rented accommodation at Palpora Sonwar to Tengan. The instant Sumo has been identified and seized in the instant Case. Further investigation of the case is going on, read the statement.

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