Rajkot: Man reserved for ‘homicide’ of easygoing laborer


Rajkot: A MAN with criminal forerunners and three others purportedly attacked and killed an easygoing specialist, and dispensed genuine wounds on two of his more youthful siblings, on Wednesday night in Jetpur town of Rajkot region.

The perished man had purportedly protested one of the denounced’s relationships with the previous’ niece. Police said Uday Shekhva, his sibling Dilu Shekhva, and two unidentified men jumped into the home of Dilubhai Vank and his siblings — Dadu Vank and Bahadursinh Vank — in Sama Kantha territory of Jetpur town. The blamed attacked the triplet with sluggers and wooden clubs around 8.30 pm Wednesday. Police said in the wake of injuring the people in question, the blamed fled the spot.

Dhirubhai was the oldest among three siblings, while Bahadursinh is the most youthful. In light of the objection recorded by Bahadursinh, Jetpur city police booked Uday, his sibling Dilu Shekhwa and two others for homicide, endeavor to kill and willfully causing hurt, among different changes.

“The three siblings were raced to the Referral Hospital in Jetpur town. From that point, Dilubhai and Dadu, who supported genuine wounds, were alluded to Junagadh for additional treatment. Dilubhai surrendered to his wounds around 1.30 am on Thursday,” Jayesh Karmur, reviewer of Jetpur city police headquarters, said. Sources said that Dadu’s condition was accounted for to be not kidding.

Police said that Uday has been reserved under the Prohibition Act in the past in the wake of being gotten with nation made alcohol. As per police, Dilubhai was an easygoing worker and the blamed are additionally occupants for a similar region.