Mathura (Uttar Pradesh), October 29
In a surprising incident, a 17-year-old killed his father in a match of rage and took cues from TV serial ‘Crime Patrol’ to destroy the proof.
When the boy, a Class 12 scholar, was arrested on Wednesday, the police checked his cell phone and located that he had watched the ‘Crime Patrol’ sequence over 100 occasions.
In response to studies, the boy killed his father Manoj Mishra, 42, on Might 2 when the latter scolded him.
The boy hit his father on his head with an iron rod and when he fainted, he strangled him with a chunk of material.
Later, the identical evening, the boy with the assistance of his mom, carried the physique on his scooty to a forest space about 5 kilometres away and burnt it with petrol and a rest room cleaner to destroy the id.
On Might 3, police discovered the partially burnt physique that remained unidentified for nearly three weeks as no lacking individual report was filed in any police station.
The household, lastly, lodged a lacking individual criticism on Might 27 below strain from ISKCON officers since Manoj Mishra labored there as a donation collector.
A few of his colleagues recognized that the physique was of Manoj from his spectacles. The sufferer’s colleagues at ISKCON stated that they didn’t doubt his extended absence since Manoj usually used to journey to evangelise Bhagavad Gita.
Mathura Superintendent of Police (metropolis) Udai Shanker Singh stated that every time police known as Manoj’s son for questioning, he would evade coming and would as an alternative ask the police below what provisions of the regulation they have been attempting to interrogate him.
Nevertheless, when police checked his cell phone, they discovered a historical past of the boy watching Crime Patrol episodes a minimum of 100 occasions. Police stated after a number of rounds of questioning, the boy lastly broke down and admitted to his crime.
The police arrested the boy and his mom Sangeeta Mishra, 39. They’ve been booked for homicide and destroying proof.
The 11-year-old sister of the accused has been handed over to the grandparents. IANS