School Owner, Principal Found Buried In Agra School

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Agra: In a surprising incident on Monday, the bodies of a 50-year-old faculty owner and 45-12 months-vintage college essentials were found buried in interior school premises in the Kaulakha area in Agra’s Tajganj police circle.

Surender Lavonia, a resident of Om Vihar, owned Sainik Bharti Inter College and Dr. B.R. Ambedkar School in the town limits.

The other victim, identified as Vijay Kumar Jha, changed into a resident of Indirapuram and turned into the principal of Sainik Bharti Inter College.

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They had been missing since Friday morning, with their telephones switched off after they left domestic around 10 a.m.

On Sunday, the police recovered our bodies from Dr. B.R. Ambedkar School premises and sent them for post-mortem.

According to the police, four guys — diagnosed as Dheeraj, his brothers Sandeep and Neeraj, and their pal Vijay Singh — had been accused of the murder of Lavonia and Jha.

All four guys have been booked below IPC Sections 302 (murder) and 201 (inflicting the disappearance of proof of offense or giving fake facts to display screen offender).

Station House Officer of Tajganj, Anuj Kumar, stated: “Dheeraj turned into strolling Lavonia’s Dr. B.R. Ambedkar School on hire for the beyond several years. He failed to pay the past two years and owed Lavinia a little money. On Friday morning, while Jha went to Ambedkar School to collect the pending lease from Dheeraj, the two engaged in a heated argument, after which Dheeraj, at the side of Sandeep and Vijay Singh, allegedly strangled Jha to death.”

As the accused had been preparing to get rid of Jha’s frame, Lavonia arrived to fulfill Dheeraj at Ambedkar School and requested Jha’s whereabouts because his motorcycle had been parked on the college premises.

Dheeraj lied to Lavonia and claimed that Jha had left a moment ago. However, while Lavonia was on his range, the phone, which changed into Dheeraj’s pocket, started to ring.