Family executed by Relatives over a 2-feet Land in Madhya Pradesh
Five members of a family, including a boy, were fired deadly apparently by three family members after a disagreement over a strip of land for creating a roadway in a town in Madhya Pradesh’s Sagar area, authorities stated Saturday.
The disagreement started two days earlier when their uncle, Manohar Ahirwar, requested for a two-foot-wide strip of land belonging to Sanjiv Ahirwar’s family to create a technique roadway as construction job was taking place in his house, Bina police terminal in-charge Anil Maurya claimed.
According to the police, Manoj Ahirwar (45) and Sanjiv Ahirwar (35) were brothers and their families resided in nearby houses in Bina town, around 150 km northeast of Bhopal, the police said.
“While Manoj, Sanjiv, his wife Rajkumari (30) and son Yashwant (12) died right away, Sanjiv’s paternal aunt Tarabai (55) later passed away at the Sagar clinical college during treatment,” the policeman said.
As disagreements over the problem escalated, Manohar Ahirwar and his two boys, Praveen as well as Prashant, allegedly assaulted Sanjiv Ahirwar and his family on Friday night, Maurya said.
Manohar Ahirwar has been detained as well as his licensed weapon that was used in the criminal offense recovered; however, his boys are on the run, the officer stated.
A female member of the family and also two young boys left unhurt as they had secured themselves inside an area throughout the incident on Friday night, a policeman said.
An instance has been signed up under relevant areas of the Indian Penal Code, and a search is on to catch the other two accused, the police officer included