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MP-DGP,RK Shukla praises DIG Bhopal Dharmendra Choudhary and his team on sloving double mystry with 12 hrs.

Mar 10th, 2018 10:54 pm | By | Category: SPECIAL NEWS COVERAGE

Director General of Madhya Pradesh Police, Rishi Kumar Shukla has praised the Bhopal police for solving the double murder mystry with in 12 hours of the crime took place by arresting the accused.

It is to be metioned that a retired Air Force officer and his wife were found dead with slit throats in their residence in Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal on Friday.

Dharmender Choudhary, DIG (Bhopal)

Dharmender Choudhary, DIG (Bhopal)

The Victims were identified retired IAF officer G K Nair, 70, and his wife Gomti, 68.residence of Narmada Green Valley were found the duo lying in pool of blood.

It was presumed that the duo were attacked with a sharp weapon, valuables and household goods were too found stolen.

In a press conference Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Dharmendra Choudhary briefed the media that Bhopal police swang into an action immediately after the incident and quite strategically formed the investigation team under the supervision of SP south Bhopal. DIG Choudhary personally commanded the entire operation in a minute to minute reporting on the top offs. Bhopal Police from the starting focused on main accused who said to be the ex-maid of the house.

Due to the sound alertless and action plan of Bhopal police which quickly and silently acted that reasoned the successful operation of its plan to nab the accused Nair’s maid servent Raju Dhakad age 32 from Gwalior who confeesed commiting this henious crime (slitting the throat of Nair couple) due to his personal anemity with Nair couple.

It is a remarkable achivement of Bhopal police under the command of DIG Dharmdra Choudhary which indicates about the effective supervison backed up with great zeal of team wrok among the officials of Bhopal Police.

The solve of this mystrious murder sends a clear lession to the criminals and antisocial elemants that Bhopal is capable enough to catch them and put them behind the bars with out talking any time.

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