WhatsApp Group Join Now
Telegram Group Join Now

Police Crack Murder Case in North Kashmir 2 Arrested

In a significant breakthrough, the police have arrested two individuals in connection with a murder case in Sopore, North Kashmir. The incident, which occurred on March 20 in Duroo village, saw the discovery of a deceased individual under mysterious circumstances, prompting a thorough investigation by the authorities.

Superintendent of Police Divya D, addressing a press conference, disclosed that the investigation began after the family of the deceased, Manzoor Ahmad Mir, filed a missing complaint on March 19 at the Warpora police post. Following intensive efforts, the police narrowed down their focus to two suspects, who eventually confessed to their involvement in the crime.

The accused, identified as Ubaid Altaf Shah and Tufail Ahmed Hajam, both residents of Pir Mohalla Duroo, were known to the victim. However, personal animosity between them escalated over time, culminating in the tragic demise of the victim, Mushtaq, whose body was discovered in an orchard in Duroo village.

Dispelling any notions of terrorism involvement, Superintendent Divya D emphasized that the crime stemmed solely from a longstanding feud between the parties involved. The weapon utilized in the commission of the crime has been recovered, aiding in the ongoing investigation.

Assuring the public of justice, Superintendent Divya D pledged that the perpetrators would face severe consequences for their actions. The swift resolution of this case highlights the dedication of law enforcement agencies in ensuring the safety and security of citizens in the region. Further updates on the investigation are awaited as authorities continue their diligent pursuit of truth and justice.

Back to top button