Cops register case against 3 after chemical analysis of ‘murder’ case
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The UT police on Sunday registered a complaint by Dilbagh Singh, who alleged that three people murdered his nephew, Vikram Bal (30), on December 28, 2011. After the police received the results of the chemical analysis report, it has been established that Vikram died due to phosphate overdose.
Dilbagh has alleged that Sunil Kumar, Gurmukh Singh and Lakhbir Singh murdered Bal. The police is yet to make any arrests in the case, however, the Manimajra Station House Officer asserted on Sunday that the accused will be arrested in the next 24 hours.
"After receiving the results of the chemical analysis report and seeking a legal opinion, the case has been registered on charges of murder," said SHO Yashpal.
Bal was found dead at his farmhouse in Shastri Nagar, Manimajra at around 7 am. As per the police, Bal was partying with his friends and returned to his farmhouse late in the night.
Finding him in an unconscious state in his room, Bal's mother took him to Government Multi-Specialty Hospital, Sector 16. The doctors declared him dead on arrival. After preliminary investigation by the police, it was suspected that Bal died due to drug overdose, as no injury marks were found on his body.
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