Nidhi Murder Case: Sufiyan, accused of killing Nidhi Gupta, was shot in the leg by the Lucknow police

Publish Date: 18 Nov, 2022 |
 

Sufiyan, the accused who killed Nidhi, has been injured in a police encounter. In this encounter, the accused was shot in the leg. Dubagga police arrested Sufiyan after the encounter and he has been taken to the hospital for treatment. The UP police had announced a reward of Rs 25,000 on Sufiyan. 5 teams were formed to arrest Sufiyan. There was a possibility of his going out of the state. However, due to the strictness of the police, the accused could not escape out of Lucknow.

What is the whole matter 

19-year-old Nidhi's boyfriend Sufiyan has been accused of throwing her down from the fourth floor. Due to the love affair, the lover had thrown Nidhi down, who died in the trauma center during treatment. The love jihad angle has also come to the fore in this matter. Police had registered a case against Sufiyan on the complaint of family members. After registering a case, the accused was being continuously searched. This incident is of Basant Kunj Yojana Sector H of Dubagga police station area.

25 thousand reward on Sufiyan

A reward of 25 thousand was declared on Sufiyan by the UP Police Commissioner. On the other hand, the accused Sufiyan and his family are absconding after the incident on Sunday. Police is interrogating Sufiyan's mother in custody. In fact, Sufiyan, who lives in Dubagga police station area of Lucknow, threw Nidhi, a 17-year-old girl, down from the roof. Sufiyan and Nidhi's family lived nearby. It is alleged that there was a dispute between the two families regarding son Sufiyan and daughter Nidhi Gupta. Nidhi's family alleges that during this time Sufiyan pushed the daughter from the fourth floor of the house and she died in the hospital.

 

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