Businessman from Gurugram abducted, beaten to death by a group of men who were allegedly threatening him since few months

The victim had a loading/unloading business with contractors and e-commerce firms which the accused wanted to usurp after he disagreed to accept their conditions

New Delhi, December 4

A businessman was kidnapped and beaten to death by a group of men over business-related enmity in Sector 10 area of Gurugram. 

The victim identified as Krishan (32) who had gone to a CNG gas station in Wazirabad and was returning to Farrukhnagar, when his car was intercepted by men in three cars two Scorpios and a Creta near Wazirpur crossing. 

The victim’s family lodged a complaint with the police stating that Krishan was pushed into the Scorpio car and taken near Hamirpur village where he was beaten with rods and sticks. The family has mentioned names of eight accused in the FIR. 

Krishan’s family also alleged that the accused tried to beat up villagers who tried to save him. The complaint also mentioned that the accused had earlier also had also threatened him and his relatives. 

The victim and his father had earlier filed a complaint at Farrukhnagar police station stating that group of men barged into their scrap warehouse on November 9 and pelted stones and assaulted them with a stick after an argument, before escaping.

The police said the victim suffered several injuries and was rushed to a government hospital and later referred to private hospital, where he died during treatment.

According to the police, the victim had a loading/unloading business with contractors and e-commerce firms, and the accused tried to usurp that and had been imposing some conditions on him due to which there had been enmity. 

The police hace registered at Sector 10 A police station under IPC sections 302 (murder), 307 (attempt to murder), 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder), 341 (wrongful restraint), 427 (mischief causing damage), 148 (rioting, armed with deadly weapon), 149 (unlawful assembly) and relevant sections of The Arms Act. 


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