A man working as a manager in a transport company was tied to a pole by some people and beaten to death with a rod. The body of the dead manager was dumped in front of the government hospital. This shocking incident took place in Uttar Pradesh. According to the police
A man working as a manager in a transport company was tied to a pole by some people and beaten to death with a rod. The body of the dead manager was dumped in front of the government hospital. This shocking incident took place in Uttar Pradesh. According to the police, a person named Shivam Jhori has been working as a manager for Bankim Suri, a transport businessman in Shahjahanpur, Uttar Pradesh for the past seven years. But the manager was accused of theft on the pretext that a parcel belonging to Kanhia hosiery was missing. As a result, manager Shivam was attacked by Neeraj Gupta, the owner of Kanhia hosiery company, along with seven other people. The victim was tied to a pole and killed indiscriminately with a rod. Shivam’s dead body was dumped in front of the medical college on Tuesday night. Later he told the family members that he died due to electric shock.
The family members of the deceased filed a complaint with the police. On receiving the information, the police examined the dead body and found injuries on the body. He was taken to the hospital for postmortem. The police who started the investigation in this matter came to know shocking things. A police investigation revealed that every employee who was suspected in the case of the Missippa package was attacked. After the video of the deceased beating Shivam went viral on social media, the police registered a case against Kanhaiya shop owner Neeraj Gupta and arrested seven people. He said that more facts will come out in the post-mortem.
A man in Uttar Pradesh’s #Shahjahanpur was beaten to death. Video showed man tied to a pole and a man repeatedly hit him with a rod. The manager was reportedly accused of theft.#UttarPradesh #crime pic.twitter.com/H1D4oJntdK
— Anil Kumar Verma (@AnilKumarVerma_) April 13, 2023
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