New Delhi. A 32-year-old man has been arrested for raping and killing a 14-year-old minor girl in Narela area of the national capital Delhi. police gave this information. Police said that the accused has been identified as Sunil and he hails from Hardoi district of Uttar Pradesh. Police said that a case of kidnapping was registered on February 15 on the basis of a complaint by the father of the girl, a resident of a village in Narela.
He told that on February 19, a person named Rahul Rai, who was in the same village in the business of making caps of nail polish bottles, told the police that he had gone to Jhansi and when he came back and opened his shop, there was a foul smell from inside. Rai told the police that Sunil, who worked with him, was also missing. The police searched the shop where the mutilated body of the girl was found under a pile of sacks filled with cow dung cakes, the officer said. During investigation, a person named Ram Sachche alias Sachin was arrested on 20 February, he was trying to escape to Mumbai. Police said that during interrogation, he told that he along with Sunil drank alcohol in Metro Vihar on February 12 and planned to call the girl.
Police said the accused called up the girl, and allegedly raped and strangled her to death. Deputy Commissioner of Police (External North) Brijendra Kumar Yadav said that later the police got information that Sunil would come to meet someone and accordingly a trap was laid. On seeing the accused on Tuesday, the police asked him to stop but he started running. The DCP said that the police asked him to surrender, but the accused took out a pistol and opened fire on the police. Yadav said that the police also opened fire, one bullet hit the accused’s leg, after which he was apprehended. Police said that the accused has confessed to raping and murdering Sachchi.
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