In a recent murder case of a journalist of prominent vernacular daily, police on Tuesday arrested two persons. Dharmendra Singh (35), a journalist in Bihar was shot dead by some bike-borne assailants when he was having tea at the roadside tea stall nearby his home in his village Arma talab of Rohtas district in Bihar.
SIT arrested assailants from two separate places in journalist murder case
SIT, constituted to investigate the journalist murder case, arrested two persons during a raid on late Monday night, a statement released by the office of the Director General of Police said. Police arrested criminals from two separate places of Rohtas district have been identified as Radhika Raman Rai and Manish Singh. Radhika Rai is the resident of Rohtas districts whereas Varanasi resident Manish is wanted by the Police in three other cases as well.
Scribe was shot dead in Rohtas when he was having tea at roadside stall
Dharmendra Singh a scribe of Dainik Bhaskar was shot dead in Rohtas of Bihar in wee hours on last Saturday by unknown assailants for publishing articles on illegal stone chips units. Singh was having a tea at a roadside stall at his Amra talab village where he was shot by some unidentified people.
The three bike-borne assailants pushed the bullet into his stomach. The local immediately rushed him to the Sadar hospital in Sasaram, where scribe received primary treatment and then referred to Varanasi; Singh succumbed to injuries on his way to Varanasi. He was survived by his wife and a son.