Grandson, 4 friends held for elderly man’s murder
Posted On: 2018-09-07 12:06:02 ; Read: 139 time(s)
Mumbai: Five individuals including the grandson of the senior resident, who was discovered dead close to his level on Tuesday morning, were captured on Thursday regarding the murder.
Aja Lama (78) was discovered cut to death in the staircase of Sant Niwas expanding on Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg. "While filtering CCTV film, we saw a few people had reliably been visiting the region of the working for a few days consecutively. An investigation of their developments demonstrated that they may have been leading a recce and we began investigating this edge," an officer at MRA Marg police headquarters said.
The police at that point made stills of the recording catching the suspects and demonstrated it to individuals in and around the building. Some of them said they had seen one of the men go to the working alongside Lama's grandson Dorji Lama (29), who remains in Dombivli.
"We had effectively made request with Dorji after Lama's demise and he disclosed to us that he cherished his granddad particularly as he without any assistance raised Dorji after he lost his folks in a mishap 10 years prior. We by and by called him for addressing and keeping in mind that he at first denied having gone to the building, he eventually admitted," the officer said.
Dorji, in his affirmed admission, said he needed to make a quick buck, and trusted he would acquire Lama's property in case of the his passing. He incubated an arrangement alongside four of his companions, who additionally remain in Dombivli, promising to pay them liberally once he gets Lama's property.
Keeping a watch
The four associates, distinguished as Utkarsh Soni (19), Arjun Bhise (22), Jayesh Kanojia (19) and Anand Rai (21), began keeping a watch outside Lama's working for over seven days. They discovered that Lama would leave on his bike at 5.30 p.m. consistently, go to Colaba market to gather lease from sellers at three slows down possessed by him, and return by 8.30 p.m.
"On Monday night, the four charged sat tight in the staircase for Lama to return. As the building, aside from Lama's living arrangement, is totally business, everybody had left for the day. When Lama came up the staircase paving the way to the principal floor, they addressed him and wounded him to death. The body lay there throughout the night and was detected the following morning by a tailor who has his shop on the second floor," the officer said.
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