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Sushil Kumar Handed Over To Crime Branch Due To His Involvement in Murder Case

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The Delhi Police Crime Branch will be handed over the case related to the Chhatrasal Stadium brawl that case led to the death of a 23 years old wrestler Sagar, the official said on Sunday.

The latest update on this case is, the Olympic medallist wrestler Sushil Kumar and his aide Ajay arrested in outer Delhi's Mundka area. The police said, which is currently being investigated by the northwest district area, will be officially transferred to the crime brand unit on Monday.  

 

“We have been told verbally that the case will be further investigated by the team of the crime branch. But the case will be officially handed over to us latest by tomorrow.” a senior police officer said.

 

The entire case related to the incident happened on 4th may, when wrestler Sagar Rana murdered and two of his friends Sonu and Amit Kumar were injured, and they were allegedly assaulted by Sushil Kumar, Ajay and other wrestlers.

After the death of Sagar, Sushil Kumar left the city and kept changing his location that’s why it takes time to catch then but finally now sushil kumar and his aide ajay arrested & case now investigated by crime branch.

 

Several police teams, crime branch and four other special cell teams conducted raids in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Haryana and Punjab, another official said. Even Delhi police announced Rs 1 lakh reward for information which leads them to the Sushil Kumar. And another 50,000 rs reward for giving the information of the location of his aide Ajay.

 

“On Sunday Morning, we got source based input that Sushil Kumar, along with his associate, was on the way to collect cash from one of his friends in West Delhi when he was caught by a team of special cells from Mundka.” a police official said.

 

The Delhi Police Filed FIR in the case under section 302 (Murder), 308  (Culpablehomide), 365 (Kindnapping), 325 (causing grievous hurt), 323 (voluntairy causing hurt), 341 (wrongful restraint), and 506 (criminal intimidation) of the indian panel code (IPC).