Jaipur: A person in Rajasthan’s Bhilwara district acquired himself murdered in order that his members of the family may declare Rs 50 lakh insurance coverage he had purchased and spend the remainder of their life in consolation.
Balbir Kharol (38), a cash lender, took the weird determination not as a result of he was debt-ridden, however as a result of he did not get better cash from individuals who had taken loans from him, in line with police.
The 2 accused, Rajvir Singh and Sunil Yadav, who had been arrested on Monday for killing Kharol, revealed throughout interrogation that the cash lender was initially contemplating to orchestrate his personal loss of life in an accident however was uncertain he may survive, Superintendent of Police Harendra Mahawar advised PTI on Tuesday.
“This is very unusual thing, but this is what the murder accused have revealed,” the SP mentioned.
Kharol had lent practically Rs 20 lakh to totally different folks however was unable to get better the quantity. For the final six months, he didn’t obtain any cost, Mahawar mentioned.
He then deliberate his personal homicide in order that his household can get the insured quantity and lead a simple life, the officer mentioned.
Kharol had purchased the insurance coverage coverage from a non-public financial institution a month in the past and paid the primary premium. He then employed Singh and Yadav and promised to pay them Rs 80,000 for executing the homicide, the SP mentioned.
As per the plan, on September 2, Kharol made an advance cost of Rs 10,000 to the 2 males and went with them to an remoted place. He advised them that he had saved remainder of the quantity in his pocket, which they’ll take after murdering him, the officer mentioned.
After they reached the determined place in Mangrop space, Yadav tied Kharol’s fingers and legs with a rope and later Singh strangled him, Mahawar mentioned.
He mentioned the accused had been arrested on the premise of Kharol’s name particulars and a CCTV footage.
Kharol is survived by his spouse, youngsters and oldsters.