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Bihar: Mohammad Tayyub, Nazir Khan arrested for slitting throat of 15-year-old girl before hanging her body on a tree

“Bihar: Mohammad Tayyub, Nazir Khan arrested for slitting throat of 15-year-old girl before hanging her body on a tree”, Opindia, January 14, 2024:

“The authorities in Bihar’s Purnia district have solved the murder case of a 15-year-old girl who apparently ‘committed suicide’ and arrested Mohammad Tayyub and Nazir Khan for killing her. Tayyub had brought his friend Nazir Khan from Delhi and went to Purnia along with him where he called her girlfriend, proceeded to slit her throat and suspended the dead body on a tree.

Notably, her family members had registered a complaint with the authorities suspecting murder after the corpse was discovered. According to the investigation, she had a romantic relationship with Mohammad Tayyub. Interestingly, he was supposed to be in Delhi but electronic evidence showed his location in Purnia. Everyone was stunned when the police connected the dots and made the case public after 17 days of intense probe.

The incident transpired in the Amour police station area. The body of the girl was found hanging from a tree on the morning of 28th December in Haripur ward number 5 here. Her family believed that she was killed per the First Information Report (FIR) accessed by OpIndia. Now, the perpetrators have been taken into police custody as the cops have exposed the entire criminal conspiracy……”

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