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Jhunsi Murder Case Gets Summarized; Monu Bharatiya Arrested

Jhunsi: In an interesting revelation, it seems that the Sanjay Bharatiya Murder case is finally heading towards conclusion with the prime accused arrested. Moreover, police have also seized the weapons and other particulars associated with the case. Summarizing the entire case wasn’t easy but the cops were extremely vigilant. The incident took place on 12th of November and the cops cracked open the case in less than two weeks.

Murder Case

Monu Bharatiya confessed and also gave out the modus operandi of the murder. He also surrendered the weapons and accessories involved in the crime. Overall, the police recovered a CMP rifle, primarily involved in the crime. In addition to that, two live bullets with .315 bore also showed up with the prime accused. However, the availability of a mobile phone reveals that this murder can have a political angle associated with it. Although, Monu Bharatiya hasn’t spoken anything regarding the involvement of a third party, it seems someone paid him to successfully get rid of Sanjay Bharatiya.

Police also recovered 500 rupees in cash.

About Kamil Abbas

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Kamil completed his schooling from reputed Saint Joseph’s College. After school Kamil had planned to do bachelor’s course in business administration and then MBA from some reputed college. His further plans were to take his family business of garments to a higher level. However, his destiny landed him to the Mass Communication department of Amity University at Lucknow. He worked in a Hindi Newspaper in Lucknow for some months but then returned to Allahabad due to some family problems. Here he joined reputed local English Newspaper Northern India Patrika and he is now with us. Kamil has a flare for investigative journalism and exposing corruption in government schemes. Mobile Number - +919599132830

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