accused threaten and murder for revenge surendranagar Gujarat– News18 Gujarati

Surendranagar: We have heard a dialogue in many films, ‘Khoon ka badla khoon.’ A similar incident has taken place in Korda village of Chuda (Surendranagar, Chuda) taluka. In Korda village, a man from the village of Kathi Darbar has been brutally killed. The uncle of the accused Ajit Kalabhai Aniyaliya, the man who caused the accident, was killed in 2016. To avenge this, the accused is said to have died in this brutal accident.

Ajit had threatened earlier

According to the information received in this regard, Ranubhai Merubhai Khachar of Korda village in Chuda taluka was going to the farm of Bhanejada village. His nephew Shivrajbhai Khachar was standing on the road to Chuda. Then Ajit Kalabhai Aniyaliya came to him in a car and said, ‘You saddled my uncle 5 years ago. You will know in a few moments what the result is now. ‘ Saying this, Ajit was leaving. 15 minutes later, Shivrajbhai got the news that Ranubhai Khachar was lying on the road in a bloody state. So they immediately took the brother to the scene.

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The car’s tire turned on its head

Ranubhai, who was critically injured, told Shivrajbhai that he was hit by a car from behind. The car had a flat tire on its head. Ranubhai suffered serious head injuries. So he was taken to Sudamda and then to Surendranagar for treatment. The doctor of Surendranagar Hospital declared Ranubhai dead.

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Tight police presence in the village

In January 2016, Ajit Kalabhai Aniyaliya’s uncle Mansukhbhai Kadvabhai Aniyaliya was attacked and killed by the courtiers with weapons including bezel, sword and pistol.

Several times in 5 years, people from both the communities have lodged police complaints against each other, including beatings and firing. However, at present DYSP CP Mundhwa, LCB PI DM Thole has set up a tight police cordon in Korda village.

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