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Sagar: Doctor’s son was killed by a parcel bomb sent to avenge his father, life imprisonment to the accused

Sagar: Doctor’s son was killed by a parcel bomb sent to avenge his father, life imprisonment to the accused


About 4 years ago in Sagar, there was a blast by sending a bomb made of FM radio to the house of Senior Superintendent of Postal Department. The superintendent’s Dr. Son was killed in this. The court sentenced the accused to life imprisonment.

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oi-Chaitanya Das Soni

Updated: Saturday, December 31, 2022, 23:53 [IST]

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Dr Ritesh Dikshit

The accused in the scam sent a bomb through a parcel in the form of an FM transistor to kill the postmaster. The said parcel was opened by his son doctor and to start it, when he put its cable in the electric switch, it exploded like a bomb. The doctor had died in the accident. The court sentenced the accused to life imprisonment.

Saurabh Dimha, the media in-charge of District Prosecution Sagar, said that according to the case presented in the court of Additional Sessions Judge Shivbalak Sahu, on January 25, 2018, a parcel had arrived at the house of Sagar KK Dixit, Senior Superintendent of the Post Office. He kept it in the house. When his son and Dr. Ritesh Dixit, who was posted in the district hospital, opened it and turned it on, it exploded like a bomb. In which Ritesh was seriously injured.

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Died after 4 days during treatment
Ritesh, who was seriously injured in the radio bomb blast, was taken to the hospital by his father KK Dixit and relatives, where he died during treatment. In this case, after investigation and investigation, the police had detained the accused Hemant alias Ashish Sahu and Rajesh. He had accepted to make a radio bomb and send it to Senior Superintendent KK Dixit’s house. After a long hearing and trial, the court sentenced both of them to life imprisonment.

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english summary

The Sagar Court has sentenced life imprisonment to the accused of killing the doctor by blasting a radio bomb sent home from the parcel.

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