Pune: A farmer was killed during a riot on his birthday; police and two
By resources of the Indian Express
Pune: A farmer was killed during a riot on his birthday :The 40-year-old victim Kanifnath Savata Pandharkar was found dead in Navare village, about 70 kilometers from Pune, on Monday morning. Police have arrested a 26-year-old man and his younger partner.
Pune rural police have arrested a 26-year-old man and his co-worker for allegedly killing a 40-year-old farmer on August 15 during a riot on his birthday.
Kanifnath Savata Pandharkar (40), a resident of Khandale village in Shirur taluka, was found dead in Navare village, about 70 kilometers from Pune, on Monday morning. Afterwards, his wife Anjali (35), lodged a complaint with the Shirur-Anjali police station and said in his complaint on Sunday, which was Kanifnath’s birthday, he left her on their farm in Khandale on his bicycle. After a while, he started calling her on his phone but could not be reached. The next morning he was found dead with severe head and facial injuries. Preliminary investigations revealed that Kanifnath was stoned to death.
A joint investigation was launched by police from the Shirur police station and the local Pune police police branch. An initial investigation, which included an electronic analysis, revealed that the deceased had spent the afternoon of his day with two people. The investigation has reduced the 26-year-old employee, Dadabhau Wagh and his 17-year-old relative. The two were being held for questioning and it emerged that the two were accused of killing Kanifnath and died after an argument while holding a liquor party that day.
Wagh, who has been charged with murder since 2016, was arrested and a 17-year-old boy was arrested to appear before the Juvenile Justice Board. Both were booked under the IPC 302 murder and 201 counts of corruption.
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