Teen ends life by hanging in Shahpura


  •  Brother hanged self as soon as sister went to spread clothes to dry  

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal-A 19-year-old boy committed suicide by hanging in his house. On Monday evening he was in the flat with his younger sister. As soon as the sister left, he hanged self with dupatta within 20 minutes. Neighbors cut the noose and brought him to the hospital, but his life could not be saved. However, the police have neither received any suicide note nor have the relatives expressed any doubt.

According to Shahpura police, 19-year-old Mayank Masani, son of Bhairam Masani, who lives in Indra Nagar Multi, Shahpura, did not currently work. He was not even studying. Father Bhairam told that on Monday evening, Mayank and the younger daughter were at the flat. He and his wife and elder son were not in the house. Around 5:30 pm, the daughter went to the terrace to spread clothes to dry. Meanwhile, Mayank locked himself by latching the door from inside.

When the daughter came down after about 20 minutes, the flat door was locked from inside. He knocked on the door a lot, but Mayank did not respond. By now the neighbours had gathered. When they somehow broke in and reached inside, Mayank was found hanging by putting a dupatta on the fan. The noose was cut and he was taken to the Narmada Hospital somehow, but the doctors declared him dead. Police received information about the incident from the hospital management.

Police recovered the body and sent it for postmortem. SI Dharmendra Singh, who is investigating the case, said that no suicide note has been found at the moment. Family members have not given any statement till now. They have not expressed any doubt. The younger sister is shocked. Therefore, she could not talk to anyone. It was only after talking to her that the event could be known accurately.

Youth threatens girl to make photos viral

In Bhopal, it cost a girl dear to befriend a young man during lockdown. The accused started threatening her by taking out her photo from social media. He asked the girl to talk to him on the phone. Distressed, the girl complained to the cyber cell. After this, the matter reached Ayodhya Nagar police station. Police have arrested the accused.

According to Ayodhya Nagar Police, the 27-year-old girl lives in Minal Residency. She told that she had befriended a 32-year-old boy named Pramit during lockdown online. The girl said that the accused Pramit had somehow obtained her number. After that he started talking to her over phone. He also befriended her as a friend, but he started molesting and doing obscene things.

She then refused to talk, so he took some photos of her from social media. He threatened that if she did not continue talking with her on the phone, then the photos would go viral on social media. After this, he also started pressuring her to meet him. Being upset with this, the girl lodged complaint. SI YS Parihar investigating the case said that the accused Pramit was arrested from Old Bhopal. The accused is married. The girl's statements will be recorded after questioning the accused. Pramit will be produced in the court on Wednesday.

Stolen two-wheelers worth Rs 2.5 lakh recovered

Berasia police have nabbed a vehicle lifter from Bhojpura Jod and recovered four two-wheelers worth Rs 2.5 lakh from his possession; three aides of accused are absconding and search has been intensified to nab them.

According to the police, acting on a tip off a youth was detained and when he was asked details regarding the vehicle he failed and confessed that the two-wheeler was stolen from Berasia area. The nabbed accused was identified as Ram Singh Bheel (26).

In the initial investigation apart from bike seized from Ram Singh four vehicles from his possession which were stolen from Nishatpura, Chola Mandir and Koh-e-Fiza were also recovered. One bike each was stolen from Nishatpura and Chola Mandir while two were stolen from Koh-e-Fiza area.

Police said that accused was trying to sell the vehicle but was not able to find and convince customer to purchase vehicle and before he could sell the vehicle he was nabbed by the police.

The details of vehicles stolen and disposed would be investigated in the further investigation. Police said that the arrested accused had revealed names of his aides Ghanshyam alias Ghasiram Bheel, Guddu alias Bhirum who would come from Vidisha in bus and would return on stolen vehicles.

Wanted criminals arrested

Kotwali police have nabbed two wanted criminals carrying a cash reward of Rs 2,000 on their heads; accused were wanted in kidnapping, assaulting and possession of arms illegally.

Acting on a tip off, regarding wanted miscreants, the Kotwali police personnel acted swiftly and caught them.
The two were identified as Divya Pratap Singh of Ganjbasoda and Harshwardhan Singh of Rajgarh who were booked under sections 365, 294, 323, 506 and 34 of the IPC and section 25 of the Arms Act.