On 5th April, in Delhi, India, a murder case came up when the police received a call about a man lying injured in a garden. Upon reaching the scene, the police discovered the man was killed. The victim was 35 years old and was identified as a resident of the nearby area.
Parvinder Singh, the Deputy Commissioner said, “During preliminary investigation, it was revealed that he was last seen with two men on a motorcycle. Several people were questioned and CCTV footages were checked and finally, our teams managed to identify the duo as Pradeep and Raju, both residents of the same area. But when they were detained for questioning along with other suspects, they refused any involvement.”
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Since there were no eyewitnesses to the crime, the police team thought that the case was a dead end. The Deputy Commissioner then said, “Our teams rechecked the inputs and sequence of crime and when it was established that these two were definitely involved in the crime, they were told that the area in which Chandrabhan was killed is under continuous surveillance of NASA’s satellite cameras and that their entire act has been recorded.”
Panicked by the police’s statement the duo then confessed to their crimes. The DCP concluded, “It seems Chandrabhan used to often abuse them whenever he consumed alcohol. To teach him a lesson, on April 4, they took Chandrabhan to the park on the pretext of consuming alcohol. Once he was inebriated, they warned him to never abuse them again. This led to a fight during which the duo used stones and bludgeoned him to death.”