Ground Report | New Delhi: Dalit boy Narwal; Kanpur Police on Tuesday recovered the mutilated body of a 10-year-old boy from a field in the Narwal area of Kanpur. The boy, a resident of Behta village in Narwal district of Kanpur, was missing since Monday, officials said. He had gone to the neighbourhood for tuition at around 1 pm, but he did not return home that day.
Naked body, marks of cigarette burns, nail-pigmented eyes and shoe marks near the neck…. After the body of a 10-year-old child was found in Kanpur, there has been a stir. Such cruelty was done to the girl, seeing that the people of the area, as well as the policemen who came to perform the Panchnama of the dead body, started trembling.
According to the reports, the child had gone missing two days ago, whose body was found on Tuesday. Those who killed the child had even broken his eye. A nail was found near the eye, it is suspected that the nail went into the eye and then the eye has been removed. A shoe mark was found near the child’s neck. There is also a possibility of crushing the child’s neck with shoes after death.
The victim, identified as a resident of Behta village in Narwal, had gone out to play on Monday afternoon and was missing since then. His naked body was found late Tuesday night in the field of a local Ramendra Mishra. The boy’s clothes were recovered from another farm.
The boy’s clothes were recovered from another farm. Circle Officer (CO) Sadar Rishikesh Yadav said: “The exact cause of death will be known from the post-mortem report. An empty bottle of country liquor, two glasses and a stick stained with blood were also found from a nearby field. Forensic team.” Police are also probing angles of murder after sodomy and cult practice.