IT manager crushed by car over minor dispute in Gurugram…

The accused has been arrested in the case of murder of an IT company manager in Gurugram, haryana on Thursday. The accused first beat up the 31-year-old neighbor during an argument over some issue and then crushed her with his car and dragged her for several meters on the bonnet. The accused Manoj Bhardwaj alias Manav has been arrested by the crime unit of the police from IFFCO Chowk.

IT manager's brother's condition critical

The incident happened late sunday night in South City 2 on Sohna Road. police said that the younger brother of the deceased was also dragged from the car. He has been admitted to the hospital in critical condition where his condition is said to be stable. He is still undergoing treatment. According to the police, during interrogation, 36-year-old accused Manoj Bhardwaj told that the deceased rishabh Jasuja and his brother Ranjak Jasuja had bought a PG in the street where he lived. The accused told the police that the road leading to his house was often jammed due to the arrival of many vehicles. On the day of the incident, he (Manoj Bhardwaj) went to the PG and asked the manager to remove the car. During this time rishabh and Ranjak came and there was a fight with them. Giving information, the police officer said that during the fight, Manoj Bhardwaj's uncle's son Surendra and his friend also reached the spot and beat up rishabh and Ranjak.

IT manager and his brother hit by a car

The IO said that after this, Manoj Bhardwaj got angry and killed rishabh by crushing him with his car and ran away from the spot. According to the police, Bhardwaj got into his hyundai Creta car and hit the two brothers and dragged them on the bonnet for about 20 metres. The entire action of the accused was captured in CCTV. An FIR regarding the matter was registered at Sector 50 police station on Monday. The injured brother of the deceased is still undergoing treatment in the hospital and his condition is now stable. ACP Crime varun Dahiya said that we are conducting raids to arrest other accused.

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