According to the police, the two goat farmers were brutally battered to death with sticks and irons rods in the initial hours of Sunday.
Jaipur: In a shocking incident of crime, unidentified miscreants brutally battered two farmers to death and then fled with their 57 goats in Churu district of Rajasthan in the wee hours of Sunday.
The incident occurred on a farm at Ghaghor village within the jurisdiction of Rajarh police station in the district. On Sunday morning, some local residents found the two farmers — Krishan Kumar and Rajesh — dead. Furthermore, as many as 57 goats were missing from the farm.
Senior police officers, after receiving information, came rushing to the spot. A forensic team also visited the crime scene for inspection. Police suspect that the crime might have been committed by organised gangs such as Sansi and Kanjar. A team has been formed to conduct an investigation, according to a report by The Times of India.
“The deceased were identified as Krishna Kumar (35) and Rajesh (37) who were sleeping on the farm. It is a clear case of murder for gain. Both were beaten to death by iron rods and weapons,” the report quoted a senior police officer as saying.
In another incident, a 30-year-old woman was allegedly murdered by her husband Govindpuri area of southeast Delhi on Saturday.
The deceased woman was identified as Jharna, who worked as a domestic help in CR park locality. Jharna’s had a strained relationship with her husband Nanda Nayak, who lived in adjoining Gurugram. On Saturday, Nayak came to her house and strangled her death using a dupatta. Thereafter, he fled the spot. However, subsequently, police inquiries led to his arrest from the Govindpuri park in the national capital.
In yet another incident, a man in the national capital allegedly knifed his wife to death and later surrendered before the police. Police said the accused committed the crime after an argument with his wife.