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Brutal murder by stabbing stomach, back, neck in immoral relationship in Dhule,…

Accused stabbed to death in Dhule for having an immoral relationship

The Dhule police solved the murder case within 24 hours.

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The body of an unidentified man was found burned at Ambode Shivara in Dhule taluka. After this, the police managed to identify the deceased through an interrogation. The deceased was identified as Dnyaneshwar Rambhau Rathod (25, resident of Ranai, Tanda, Tal. Amalner, Dist. Jalgaon). The victim was stabbed in the abdomen, back and mouth. A murder case was registered against the unidentified defendant. The Dhule police solved the case within 24 hours.

In the investigation of this crime, the police officer and staff from the Dhule taluka police station searched for the accused. The suspects were detained during the investigation. The suspect’s nephew, Jagdish Bablu Rathod (resident of Raniche Tanda, Tal. Amlenar, Dist. Jalgaon) was thoroughly questioned. The defendant confessed to the crime during police questioning.

Murder by stab to the abdomen, back, and neck

The accused took the victim Dnyaneshwar Rathore on a motorcycle from Ranicha Tanda to a secluded place in Ambode Shivara due to an immoral relationship. According to the investigation, the accused stabbed the victim Dnyaneshwar Rathore in the abdomen, back and neck. A murder case was registered against the defendant. Dhule taluka police arrested the accused within 24 hours.

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The action was taken under the direction of Police Superintendent Pravin Kumar Patil, Police Additional Superintendent Prashant Bachhav, Subdivisional Police Officer Pradip Mairale, Crime Branch Local Police Inspector Hemant Patil, Police Inspector Dattatray Shinde. Pravin Patil’s team did it.

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