Guwahati: Weapon recovered in Chatribari murder case

Guwahati: A pistol that was allegedly used to kill in the Chatribari murder case has been recovered by the Guwahati Police on Thursday.

According to reports, the pistol was recovered as a result of a key suspect’s confession in the murder investigation.

The weapon was discovered buried in a drain near the crime scene, along with a few live and used ammunition, one ATM card, and a cap, reports stated.

Reports further claimed that the pistol recovered is a country made one.

Meanwhile, the police are investigating into whether there are any additional such things in the drain.

It may be mentioned that the incident took place on February 21 in which a businessman named Avdesh Yadav was shot dead by bike-borne assailants near his residence in Chatribari.

Avdesh was shot in the chest three times at a point-blank range.

The assailants managed to escape the crime spot after shooting Yadav. However, they left their bike and mobile phones at the spot and after initiating an investigation into the matter, the police found that the bike was registered with the name of one Mohammad Abbas who hails from Darrang district in Assam.

It may be mentioned that Avdesh Yadav was a resident of Bihar and residing in Guwahati for the last six months. There were claimed that Yadav was killed due to personal enmity and business rivalry.

During the interrogation the accused revealed that the whole incident was planned by one W Yadav who reportedly went into hiding in Nepal.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.