Gonda (UP), November 7 (Language) A court in Gonda district sentenced the accused to life imprisonment in a murder case that took place about six years ago, while acquitted another accused due to lack of evidence.
Assistant District Government Advocate Manmohan Mishra said on Tuesday that Special Judge (SC-ST Act) Nasir Ahmed, after listening to the arguments and witnesses of the prosecution and defense lawyers, declared Abdul Qadir guilty of murder and sentenced him to life imprisonment and a fine of Rs 53 thousand. Sentenced. In case of non-payment of fine, he will have to face additional punishment of six months.
Due to lack of evidence, the court accused Mohd. Imran was acquitted.
Mishra said in the context of the incident that Mohammad Najat, resident of Mohalla Imambara of Gonda Nagar Kotwali area, had alleged in the FIR lodged in the police station that his son Abdullah used to work in the purchase and sale of land with Abdul Qadir of Banda district.
According to the complaint, the accused had borrowed Rs 8 lakh from Abdullah and he was reluctant when asked for money.
It said that on February 4, 2017, at around 9.30 pm, Abdullah was shot by Abdul Qadir and he died during treatment in the hospital.
After completing the hearing, the court sentenced Abdul Qadir and acquitted another accused.
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