HighlightsThe homicide of Kho-Kho participant in Bijnor was uncovered, the police arrested the primary accused. The police have arrested a Railway Palledar, claiming to have revealed the case of the homicide of 24-year-old Kho-Kho participant on September 10 in Bijnor, Bijnor. Superintendent of Police Dharamvir Singh mentioned that the accused has gone to jail thrice for theft on the railway station. He had strangled the sufferer to loss of life. Babli (24), an inter-university participant of Kho-Kho, a resident of Sarvodaya Colony close to the railway station, was murdered on September 10. Babli (24) was murdered on the day of the incident, he mentioned. She was going residence whereas speaking to her buddy on cell phone from among the many mattress of sleepers saved close to the railway station. At the identical time, Babli’s buddy heard her scream on the cellphone through which she was saying, ‘Uncle I’ll die, depart me.’ despatched to seek out him. Neighbor discovered Babli’s physique amongst sleepers, his cell phone was not discovered there. SP Dharamveer Singh mentioned that the situation of Babli’s cellphone was present in close by Adampur village. Told that on the premise of bodily, digital and circumstantial proof, the police detained the suspected Palledar Adampur resident Shahzad alias Khadim at round 2.30 pm. He instructed the police that he was a drug addict of ganja and charas. He knew that Babli used to maneuver between railway sleepers. The official mentioned that on September 10, Khadim had no work. He bought drunk and waited for Babli. When Babli reached there, the accused dragged her into the empty area between the sleepers, however when she protested and raised noise, strangled her with a rope and dupatta. Two buttons and a sandal had been discovered. After arresting Khadim, the police have recovered his shirt, a slipper and a rope from his residence. He mentioned that the police have additionally added the part of try to rape within the FIR registered earlier. The SP mentioned that the police would produce Khadim in an area courtroom and demand that he be taken into police custody for questioning. .