Agra, Jagran Correspondent. Two people, including shoe trader Shubham Aggarwal, were found in a blood-soaked condition in the lift duct of the under-construction three-storey building located at Rishi Marg in Shahganj, Agra. The relatives took both of them to the hospital, where the doctors declared the shoe trader brought dead. Fearing murder, the father has given a complaint against the unknown. At the same time, the condition of admission remains critical. Police are waiting for him to regain consciousness to know about the incident.
left home for factory
Shubham Agarwal, a resident of Pushp Enclave Khataina, Lohamandi, was a shoe businessman. Father used to run the factory with Anil Agarwal. The father told that Shubham had left for home from his factory at Garhi Bhadoria at eight o’clock on Thursday evening. When he did not come till 9.30 pm, he was called. Shubham told that he is at Pratappura intersection. His mobile got switched off after 11 pm. The younger son set out in search of him with restraint.
Shubham found covered in blood
Shubham’s Activa was seen parked near the under-construction building on Rishi Marg. Policemen and other people were present there. Shubham was lying in a pool of blood in the lift duct. The duct is about 12 feet below ground level. Shubham was taken to SN Emergency, declared dead there. The father told that Shubham was married to Ekta Aggarwal two years ago. One year old son.
Police is looking for answers to these questions
Shubham had left the factory at eight in the evening. The distance of the factory from the house is 10 minutes. Where and with whom was he for three hours. CCTV cameras are installed from the factory to the spot. With these cameras, the mystery of Shubham’s route to reach the under-construction building can be solved. CCTV cameras have been installed in the under-construction building where the shoe trader’s body was found and in the neighboring brothel. From whom the call details of Shubham’s mobile will be known about those who came there, with whom did he talk. In the building under construction, other people including Shubham had not gathered for the party.
In-charge Inspector Shahganj Jitendra Singh said that at around 1.30 pm, Akash Pachauri, a resident of Balajipuram Jagdishpura, informed about the accident on number 112. The police found Shubham Aggarwal and Akash’s brother Pravesh Pachauri lying in the lift duct. The building under construction has been said to belong to a Madhav, a resident of Shahganj. On the Tahrir of Anil Aggarwal, a charge of murder has been registered against the unknown, investigation is being done.
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