Adopted with sharp-edged weapon of a priest of a temple in Badaun district of Uttar Pradesh the killing has been done. The incident is in the Islamnagar police station area. Jai Singh Yadav, a priest known as ‘Sakhi Baba’, was serving the temple for the last 45 years and wore saris and bangles in costumes like ‘Goddess Kali’.
The police arrived after receiving the information and is investigating the opportunity. Police said that the accused Ramveer Yadav is absconding and three police teams have been deployed for his arrest. He belongs to the same area. The police said, “What motive has been murdered is still unclear.”
75-year-old Jai Singh of the people reached the temple on Saturday (February 06, 2021) in the temple situated in the village Mohammaduddinagar Dhaknagala of Islamnagar police station area. covered in blood Dead body found. Since this incident, the family members are in bad health.
Sakhi Baba used to live in a hut in the temple premises. According to reports, on Saturday, Ramvir came to meet Sakhi Baba at the Yadav temple. During this, there was a heated debate between the two. Then Yadav suddenly pulled out a knife and killed Sakhi Baba. He then fled from there. The villagers tried to capture the accused, but he escaped from them and escaped.
Senior superintendent of police Sankalp Sharma said, “Ramvir Yadav has killed Sakhi Baba by stabbing a knife due to old enmity. Ramvir is from here. We have registered a case under Section 302 (murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and he will be arrested soon. The reason behind the murder is still unclear. We have sent the dead body for postmortem and informed their relatives. “
Ruthless killing of priest in Lucknow
Significantly, the 85-year-old priest of a Shiva temple in Shivpur village on the outskirts of Uttar Pradesh capital Lucknow, recently Brutally murdered has been done. The blood-soaked body of priest Fakire Das was found on Wednesday (January 20, 2021) inside his hut in the temple premises. According to police, the priest had bruises on his head. The SP had said, “There are no signs of theft. The cash kept in the donation box of the temple has also not been stolen. ” The priests were originally from Sultanpur district.