April 27, 2009 3:01:01 am
The city police have cracked the murder case of Rupesh Kore and arrested the three accused in connection with the case. Kore was hacked to death in broad daylight on Saturday afternoon while he was heading towards the overbridge near Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) on a bike with two friends.
The police,led by inspector Ram Pathare,have nabbed suspects Feroz Sanaullah Khan (22) of Siwan district in Uttar Pradesh and Dnayeshwar Ananda Kedari and Bhaskar Dagdu Taur of Osmanabad in connection with the case.
During the investigation,the police came to know that Kore had a fight with one Sachin Balkawde and he had beaten up Balkawde about one-and-a-half years ago. Balkawde had been seeking revenge for long. Balkawde came to know that Kore would be passing by the road near PMC on Saturday afternoon and laid a trap. When Kore and his friend Mohan Dassar reached the spot on a bike,the accused attacked Dassar and Kore. Kore was hit on the head with a sharp weapon.
After recieving a tip-off that Feroz Khan,a suspect in the murder case,would come to the Pune railway station along with his associates at around 9.30 pm,the police laid a trap and nabbed Kedari and Taur. From interrogations,the police came to know about Khan’s involvement and nabbed him on Sunday afternoon.
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The suspects said that Balkawde was involved in the murder. The police have launched a search for him.
Pimpri college registrar held for allowing student to write exam at home
The anti dacoity wing of the city police nabbed Pimpri’s D Y Patil Arts,Commerce and Science college registrar Jaysingh Bandu Patil (39) for allegedly allowing a third year Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) student to write her exam papers from home. On Saturday evening, police inspector Ram Jadhav received a tip off that Pune University’s third year,sixth semester BBA exam of agriculture business management paper were being held. Student Sazma Haji Masud Khan (22),a resident of Kohinoor Biona Society in Pimpri,allegedly told the registrar that she was finding the paper tough. So,Patil allowed the girl to take the supplements home to refer the textbook and write her paper,police said. He said he would visit her home in the evening to collect the supplements and would attach it to her answer sheets later,the police said.
Based on the tip off,a police team led by Jadhav laid a trap at Kohinoor Biona Society on Saturday evening and saw Patil entering Sazma’s flat. Following which the team comprising a woman constable entered the flat. They nabbed Patil after seeing two answer sheet supplements in his hands. The police also saw Sazma writing her paper by referring the textbook and nabbed her. The police have seized four answer sheet supplements,agricultural business management textbook,exam hall ticket,identity card and stationery. Jadhav is conducting further investigations.
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