Hemant Lohia Murder Case / Accused Yasir Ahmed's diary revealed many secrets of DG murder

Zoom News : Oct 04, 2022, 12:17 PM
Hemant Lohia Murder Case: In the murder of Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police (Prisons) Hemant Kumar Lohia, the needle of suspicion is moving towards servant Yasir Ahmed. Police has started investigation and trying to find the clues. Meanwhile, the police have found Yasir's diary, in which he has written things related to death. According to the police, Yasir was suffering from depression and in the diary he has written that he hates life.

Jammu's ADGP Mukesh Singh said, 'The servant is the main accused. The weapon of murder has been recovered. A diary has also been recovered, which shows that he was a victim of depression. Further investigation is on.

Yasir Ahmed is a resident of Ramban. After the murder, he was seen running on CCTV. It had been 6 months while working in the house of Director General of Police. According to the information, he was of a fiery nature from the beginning. After the murder of Jammu and Kashmir DG Jail, the police has intensified the investigation. Director General of Police Dilbag Singh and Chief Secretary Arun Mehta are also present at the spot and forensic team's investigation is also going on. The police have denied the terror angle in the initial investigation.

On the murder of Hemant Kumar Lohia, Dilbagh Singh said, 'He was staying at his friend's house for a few days. Renovation was going on in his house. After having dinner he went to his room. Yasir Ahmed was in his room on the pretext of helping in some disease.

He was murdered at Lohia's residence on the outskirts of Jammu late Monday night. Terrorist group People's Anti-Fascist Front (PAFF) has claimed responsibility for the killing of Lohia. The incident comes at a time when Union Home Minister Amit Shah is on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir.