A Twin Murder for an Insurance of Crores of Rupees

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On 15 August , 2012 two partners Mr. Kishor mangukiya and mr. Ashok lathia of surat were murdered by third partner Mr. Jaswant savani for insurance claims of crores of rupees.Before two year he took insurance of both the partners and was nominee himself. He used to pay the premiums. But family of both partners was unaware of his mastermind. He aslo took loan of rs. 1 crore on both. He also bought luxurious cars on name of both. And finally decided to kill both partner on day of festival 15 august. He took them on 11th floor of a building to show them flats and killed them and threw them down. He described the event as an accident. He told police that ashok went to spit and lost his balance and Kishor tried to save him and unfortunately both of them lost their lives. But postmortem report proved case as a murder. One police was aslo transferred from his post. As he was not inquiring in case. Still police are not inquiring in deep.this case was described in various newspapers like TOI, Gujarat samachar, news channels like India tv, hind tv.etc. I am giving few articles. U will aslo get vidio. Type on you tube "Businessman murdered for insurance".


Surat, Aug 22: Following specific clues during postmortem, police has registered a case of murder in the death of two persons, who fell off the 12th floor of an under-construction building in Punagam on August 10.Police have booked Jaswant Savani, the third partner of the deceased Ashok Lathiya and Kishore Mangukiya, after postmortem revealed that the duo had sustained injuries on head and neck before they died. Simultaneously, during forensic examination of the spot, police got specific clues that it cannot be an accident as claimed by Savani. Police questioned Savani, who is under treatment at a hospital, to collect information about the incident and after leads the offence was registered.Sources claim that Rs. 5 crore insurance money was the motive behind the crime but it is clear that Savani mislead...
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