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Gurugram farmhouse labourer murdered, caretaker arrested

| | Gurugram

A 20-year-old labourer of a farmhouse in Garhi Village was allegedly killed by the caretaker of the farmhouse in Gurugram. The body was recovered on Sunday early morning from the farmhouse.

According to police, the farmhouse owned by a Delhi resident was looked after by Somvir the accused. The accused was out on bail in another murder case lodged against him at Baba Haridas Nagar, Delhi.

The victim has been identified as Sonu and worked as labourer at the farmhouse. On Sunday night he was asking for his salary from the accused as he wanted to go back to his native place. In a fit of rage, Somvir slit his throat with a sharp weapon and dumped the body at the farmhouse and escaped from the  spot, police said.

On Sunday around 2 am, the Sarpanch of the village notice the body in a pool of blood and informed the police. Police team reached the spot and took the custody of the body and a murder case was filed against the culprit under relevant sections of the IPC at Sector-10A police station. Later police have arrested the accused person.

"During the investigation, we came to know that the accused has some sociological problem," said Sandeep Kumar, SHO of Sector-10A police station.

 
 
 
 
 

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