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Meerut: Boy burnt to death by girlfriend's kin


MEERUT: An 18-year-old early life in Baghpat succumbed to burn injuries, a week after his female friend's kinfolk allegedly set him on hearth after breaking into his space in a village in Baraut tehsil. The early life’s kinfolk alleged that police to start with didn't record a case in the subject. An FIR was lodged most effective after media reported the subject on Friday.

According to the deceased’s family, Chand Kumar was in a relationship together with his 17-year-old neighbour in Sultanpur Hatana village, but the woman's family was opposed to their relationship even though each the family belonged to the same caste.

According to victim Chand’s father, Rampal, “The woman’s family had threatened the boy several times to keep away from her. We additionally forbade him to satisfy her. On January 29, the girl wrote a letter to the boy expressing her deep love for him. On January 31, when nobody, aside from the boy's aunt, was at house, about six people barged into the home and set the boy on hearth. We immediately rushed him to a neighborhood health center from where he was referred to a larger scientific facility in Meerut. The boy succumbed to is injuries on Thursday. During the previous week, we gave a complaint at Baraut police station however no FIR was filed. We even recorded Chand’s loss of life statement on phone.”


TOI has accessed the video in which Chand has taken names of those that poured kerosene on him and burned him later. He will also be seen saying, “It was Rajender, his son, Vikas, Charna, Kuldeep, Ramesh, etc.”


Police, alternatively, refuted the allegations. Station officer of Baraut police station, Sanjeev Kumar, stated, “No one got here to us with a complaint. Preliminary investigation discovered that Chand had committed suicide after the girl broke up with him. Investigation additionally published that the door of the room where the boy got burnt was closed from within. There are individuals who stated that they entered the room after breaking the door open."


"We have filed an FIR on Friday in opposition to five people, maximum of whom are the girl’s kinfolk, underneath IPC sections 302 (murder) and 147 (rioting),” stated the station officer. No arrests had been made i the case, he added.




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