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What is Nemawar Tribal family Massacre case?

What is Nemawar Tribal family Massacre case?

Ground Report | New Delhi: Nemawar Tribal family Massacre; The case of Nemawar murder case of Dewas district has again heated up after six months. A war of words broke out between the ruling BJP and Congress in Madhya Pradesh after a leader of the opposition party slammed Governor Mangubhai Patel for not meeting a girl who led a 200-kilometre, 11-day foot march demanding justice for the killings of five of her kin.

A survivor of the family had undertaken a ‘Nyay Yatra’ from Nemawar to Bhopal demanding justice and reached the Raj Bhavan on Tuesday along with senior Congress leaders Digvijay Singh and Sajjan Singh Verma as well as party workers.

Congress leader Sajjan Singh Verma, annoyed over the girl not meeting Patel, said, “We were proud that a tribal man was appointed governor of Madhya Pradesh. What did we know the governor is afraid of coronavirus and does not do justice to his own community.” Death is better than such a life.”

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan retaliated and tweeted that Congress leaders are violating political decorum. “Congress leaders are not only losing patience but are also losing their conscience. Such petty remarks against a person holding a constitutional position is not only a violation of political decorum but also the Indian tradition of wishing for the welfare of all.” It is an insult. Your comment is a blow to the heart of the state,” Chouhan said in a tweet.

Nemawar Tribal family Massacre case

It all started on May 17 when Rupali’s eldest sister Bharti filed a missing person report at Nemawar police station, four days after the murder, as she had failed to establish contact with the family.

The brutal murder of a family of five members of a tribal community in Madhya Pradesh’s Dewas district has created a storm in the state, with the ruling party facing heavy criticism from the opposition and tribal organisations.

After going missing for 47 days, the bodies of the five were retrieved from an eight-foot-deep pit just a kilometer away from their one-room home in Nemawar on June 29.

Police said the five, including three minors – Mamata Balai (45), Rupali (21), Divya (14), and her cousins ​​Pooja (15) and Pawan Oswal (14) – were hit with iron rods and strangled to death. was given. The love affair with Rupali turned sour on the night of May 13 by Surendra Chauhan and six others.

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Police have arrested Surendra, his brother Virendra and five others – Rajkumar Keer, Vivek Tiwari, Karan Korku, Manoj Korku, and Rakesh Nemor – on charges of murder. According to the police, the relationship between Surendra and Rupali turned sour when they decided to marry someone else.

Pre-planned murder

On the night of May 13, Surendra called Rupali in a pre-planned manner at his farm on Mela Road in Nemawar on the pretext of marriage, became intimate with her, and later killed her on the spot with a rod and buried her in the field. He then sent his brother Virendra to Rupali’s house and asked her mother Mamta and sister Divya for talks and then allegedly killed them too.

With the intention that no one knows about the incident, Rupali’s cousin – Pooja and Pawan who lives with the family – was also brought to the field and killed. It is a bit unclear how the accused dug such a deep pit without informing others. According to sources, a pit was dug in the field for the power transformer, which the accused used to bury the dead bodies.

Police said the five, including three minors, were hit with iron rods and strangled to death. was given. The love affair with Rupali turned sour on the night of May 13 by Surendra Chauhan and six others.

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