NCP leader abducted, murdered over property deal
Nagpur: A local NCP leader Ganesh Maroti Matey was allegedly kidnapped from Kanhan near here and murdered by goons following which his body was thrown on the railway tracks on the Nagpur-Gondia route, police said on Saturday.
According to police, Matey, District President of NCP Sevadal was a resident of Kanhan and was abducted allegedly by a notorious goon Micky Baskhi who runs a security agency and was strangulated to death yesterday.
Later, his body was thrown on railway tracks on Nagpur-Gondia route on Kalamana railway yard as part of the conspiracy to destroy evidence.
Police said Matey was called by Bakshi at his office in Sadar to finalise a property deal but fell apart as he was not willing to part the property at throwaway prices which the accused had demanded.
The incident came to light when Matey`s driver Gendlal, who was waiting outside Bakshi`s office suspected some foul play when Matey failed to return from the meeting for a long time, they said.
Gendlal and friend Gulshan Kukde informed Matey`s family which lodged a complaint with Sadar Police Station.
As Matey`s mobile was switched off, police initially registered a missing case within hours of murder.
However, no arrests have been made so far. The prime accused (Bakshi) was detained under MCOCA some years back in connection with a case.
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Watch - Huge fire breaks out at petrol pump in Kota, Rajasthan
- NSG now 'nine times' stronger; receives technological strength from 12 countries!
- RJD strongman Shahabuddin brought to Delhi
- UP elections in third phase; voting on 69 seats of 12 districts
- Panel discussion over why SP government is backing Gayatri Prajapati
- 'BJP is winning by absolute majority in Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections'
- 7th Pay Commission: Allowances committee raises HRA to 30%?
- Virat Kohli thanks sprint legend Usain Bolt for congratulating on 'record' Puma deal
- J&K: 26 soldiers martyred, 22 militants killed as Army steps up security in Valley
- Virat Kohli becomes first Indian sportsperson to sign Rs 100-crore endorsement deal