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Lucknow engineering student’s murder caught on camera

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Son of a former MLA has been arrested in the murder case of an engineering student, who was stabbed to death at Lucknow’s Gomti Nagar area on Thursday.

Accused Aman Bahadur, a student of a private university in Lucknow, was arrested on Friday morning, police said.

Lucknow engineering student murder

Lucknow engineering student murder

Engineering student Prashant Singh was on Thursday stabbed to death in the Alaknanda apartment complex. The incident was caught on security cameras of the complex in Gomti Nagar.

As Prashant arrived at the Alaknanda apartment gate in a Toyota Innova car around 4 pm on Thursday to meet a friend, he was stopped by 20-25 bike-borne men who were waiting for him. The assailants broke the car’s glass and stabbed Prashant multiple times with a knife.

The CCTV footage showed that Prashant ran inside the society but collapsed on the stairs and died due to excessive bleeding. As per an eyewitness account, the group left the spot cheering and clapping.

On being informed, the police reached the spot and initiated investigation. After scrutinizing the CCTV footage from inside the complex, the arrest was made on Friday.

Police suspect that the murder was an act of revenge as Prashant reportedly had a fight on Wednesday night. His body has been sent for a post mortem.

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Disaster management teams have been mobilized and hundreds of ITBP (Indo-Tibetan Border Police) have been rushed for rescue operations.

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