Police Says That Ram Lal Anand College Student Was Killed By A 25 Year Old Man He Met On A Dating Application

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Yesterday,we published a report about the death of a final year Undergraduate student who was studying at Ram Lal Anand College.Police claims to have solved the murder case and said the the student was killed by a 25 year old man he met on a dating app.

On Wednesday night, the body of the 21-year-old DU student was found in a drain in Dwarka’s Sector 13.

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The victim was killed by a man named Ishrat Ali,25,on the night of 22nd March 2018,said Ajay Chaudhary,Joint Commissioner of Police (New Delhi).

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The officer said the deceased met Ishrat,who works as a sampling manager for export houses,through a ‘dating app.’

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“During our investigation, we found the victim had met Ishrat thrice in 10 days before the murder. On the afternoon of the incident, the two friends had met at a food joint near Dwarka Sector 13, where his body was found. Ishrat confessed that on the night of March 22, he had a fight with the victim over some issue after which he killed the victim with a hammer” said Chaudhary, adding that police are probing what exactly triggered Ishrat to murder his friend.

“He called the victim’s father over WhatsApp. He demanded a ransom and tried to pass off the case as kidnapping to mislead investigators,” he added.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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