Uri Police on Friday claimed to have solved a blind murder case by arresting two people involved in the crime.
According to the police spokesman, on July 03 this year, Police Station Uri received a phone call that the body of 15 years old Maqsood Ahmad Khanday, son of Mohammad Zameer Khanday, resident of Sikki Madiyan Kamalkote was lying in the pool of blood near LoC in the outskirts of Madiyan village.
On this information a police party of Kamlkote reached the spot and took the body in possession.
The police party also collected necessary evidence, prepared site plan and recorded the statements of some locals who were present on spot.
As per the locals, the deceased was missing from his home since July 02 this year.
Subsequently, the body of the deceased was brought to Sub-District Hospital Uri for medico legal formalities and after medico legal formalities was handed over to the legal heirs for last rites.
In this regard, a case under FIR No 42/2017 under section 302, 34 RPC was registered in Police station Uri and investigation was taken up, spokesman said.
“The investigating team rounded up number of suspected persons of the area for questioning on the bases of collected evidences. After the strenuous efforts put by SDPO Uri, Syed Javid Ahmad, SHO Police Station Uri, Tabraiz Ahmad and its men, the case was cracked and two people involved in the crime were arrested,” spokesman said.
The two arrested persons were identified as Munir Ahmad Sheikh, son of Alif Din Sheikh and Mohammad Rafi Sheikh, son of Mohammad Shafi Sheikh, both resident of Madiyan Kamalkote.
“The motive behind the murder has been found to be a prolonged domestic dispute between accused and deceased. Further investigation into the matter is going on,” the spokesman added.