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Delhi College Student Killed By Designer He Met On Dating App: Police

Delhi College Student Killed By Designer He Met On Dating App: Police

Delhi College Student : Ayush Nautiyal’s family gotten a few WhatsApp writings from his telephone, indicating him bound and choked, and influencing a payoff to interest for Rs. 50 lakh.

Delhi College Student Killed By Designer He Met On Dating App: Police
Delhi college student Ayush Nautiyal, 21, was found dead on Wednesday

NEW DELHI: Behind the abducting and murder of a Delhi understudy discovered dead on Wednesday is an account of a relationship turned sour, the police have uncovered subsequent to capturing a 25-year-old planner. Ayush Nautiyal, 21, disappeared last Thursday, after he exited his home in Dwarka in northwest Delhi for school. Hours after the fact, his family got a few WhatsApp writings from his telephone, indicating him bound and choked, and influencing a payoff to interest for Rs. 50 lakh.

The family drove around Dwarka for two days with cash, searching for Ayush and his hijackers. On Wednesday evening, they discovered his body in a sack, drifting in a deplete.

In the wake of researching Ayush’s cell phone records and security film, the police focused in on Ishtiaq Ali, a creator who had met the understudy through a dating application.

The police said Ayush was a customary client of dating applications.

Ishtiaq Ali, who remains in Uttam Nagar and works for a fare house, apparently told the police he executed Ayush with a mallet after a battle, in an attack of wrath. After the murder, he supposedly made payment requests to deceive Ayush’s family and purchase time to discard the body.

After the initial couple of messages upon the arrival of the hijacking, Ishtiaq professedly sent another message on March 26, Monday, requesting that the payment cash be conveyed close Uttam Nagar, around four km from Dwarka.

Around 30 police groups in casually dressed stowed away in the region, yet the criminals didn’t appear to gather the cash. From that point forward, the family got a few such guidelines to leave the cash, however nobody came.

At the point when Ayush’s telephone and the vehicle used to discard his body were discovered, the police gained snappy ground working on this issue.

Ayush, a last year understudy of trade at the Ram Lal Anand school, was the main child of his folks. His family has blamed the police for not doing what’s necessary to track the hijackers down.

(This Story Originating From NDTV)

Sanjay Bhagat

The author Sanjay Bhagat

Sanjay Bhagat is a news author in various news category and has worked on local newspapers.

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