A 28-year-old jobless man has been arrested in Rajasthan’s Udaipur for allegedly making an attempt to kill his father to get his government job after getting the thought from a real-life crimes’ present on tv, a police officer mentioned.
DP Dadich, the officer, mentioned Ankit Paliwal allegedly plotted the homicide with the assistance of his buddy Nikhil.
Dadich mentioned Ankit Paliwal hatched the plan to kill Rakesh Paliwal to get his government schoolteacher’s job.
There is a coverage for compassionate appointments of kin of government workers who die earlier than their retirement.
Dadich mentioned Nikhil has informed them that he and Ankit Paliwal have been planning to begin a restaurant however didn’t come up with the money for for it. He added Ankit Paliwal allegedly got here up with the thought of killing his father. Dadich mentioned he thought after he will get his father’s job, they might in a position to begin the restaurant.
He added as a part of the plan, Nikhil on Tuesday allegedly threw a stone at Rakesh Paliwal whereas he was driving again house on a two-wheeler. But as he was carrying a helmet, he sustained minor accidents. Dadich mentioned Nikhil didn’t get a second probability to execute his plan as individuals gathered on the highway after the incident.
Rakesh Paliwal’s colleague, Mahipal Singh Chandrawat, who occurred to be close to the scene, famous the registration variety of Nikhil’s scooty as he fled after throwing the stone. Chandrawat shared the quantity with the police. A First Information Report was lodged on the premise of his info and police on Friday tracked down Nikhil based mostly on the quantity.
Dadich mentioned Nikhil allegedly confessed to plotting the homicide with Ankit Paliwal.
Dadich mentioned Nikhil informed them that his buddy was sad along with his father because the latter would by no means give him cash. The father additionally didn’t approve of his son’s relationship with a girl, Dadich added.
Dadich mentioned the 2 have been introduced earlier than a courtroom that has remanded them in police custody.