There was tremendous enthusiasm among the people to watch the final match of the World Cup between India and Australia. But while watching this match last Sunday, a surprising incident happened in Kanpur, UP. Where the father killed his son just because he had switched off the TV in the middle of the match.
Actually, everyone was sitting staring in front of the TV to watch the match between India and Australia. Ganesh Prasad and Deepak Nishad, residents of Ahirwa, Chakeri, were also watching the match on TV. Meanwhile, son Deepak switched off the TV. Due to which he started arguing with his father Ganesh Prasad. The situation escalated to such an extent that Ganesh strangled his own son with a cable, resulting in his death. This has been disclosed by father Ganesh Prasad, who was arrested for the murder of his son last Monday.
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Let us tell you that yesterday at 11 am, Kanpur Police had received information that Deepak Nishad, son of Ganesh Prasad, resident of Ahirwa, Chakeri, had been murdered. And his father Ganesh Prasad has murdered him.
There was often fighting between father and son.
During interrogation of the family members, it was revealed that Ganesh and Deepak used to fight often. Because Ganesh was addicted to drugs and his son Deepak kept interrupting him. Therefore, in the murder of Deepak, the police initially believed that Ganesh might have killed his son Deepak only because he opposed drug addiction.
Father confessed his crime
Ganesh Prasad had fled from the spot after killing his son on Sunday night (match day). On Monday night, when the police arrested Ganesh on charges of murdering his son and interrogated him, he made a shocking revelation. Ganesh told that at night I was watching the World Cup match between India and Australia. During this time the son switched off the TV. He said, first cook food. This irritated me and I started arguing with him. When the fight escalated, I got angry. In anger I strangled him with a wire (cable).
In this case, ACP Brij Narayan Singh, in-charge of Chakeri, says that there used to be frequent fights between the two. After his arrest, the father admitted that his son had switched off the TV while watching TV at night. This led to an argument between the two. Later, when the fight escalated, Ganesh strangled his son Deepak with an electric wire. There used to be disputes between them regarding drug addiction. Switching off the TV during the match further escalated the fight.