Madhya Pradesh: Satna twins' kidnapping and murder accused found hanging in prison

BHOPAL: One Of The Defendants In The Abduction And Murder Of Five-year-old Twin From Chitrakoot In MP ' S Satna Hung In The Central Prison Of Satna On Tuesday Afternoon.

The Dead - Ramkesh Yadav (26) - Went To The Hanuman Temple In Prison And Went To Sit There For Hours Before Hanging Himself Up With His Towel.

Yadav Was One Of The Six Who Was Accused And, According To The Police, He Was A Teaching Teacher Who Had Taught The Twins And The Other Suspect About Them.

Twins, Priyansh, And Shreyansh Rawat Were Shot On February 12 From Their School Bus In Madhya Pradesh's Chitrakoot. Later, The Police Found Their Bodies On The Yamuna Shore At Baberu In The Banda District In Uttar Pradesh, Late February 23.

The Boys Lived Nine Days After Their Abduction, Including Two Days In Chitrakoot Itself, But A Task Force Consisting Of 500 Police Personnel, Including The STF Of Both MP And UP Who Worked In Close Coordination, Failed To Find Them In Time. The Tension Grabbed Chitrakoot As The News Of The Deaths Came In And Division 144 Was Imposed In The City.

The Police Arrested Six People In Connection With Kidnapping And Murder, Including Padam Shukla, Who Is Considered The Brain Behind The Crime, Along With Ramkesh Yadav Who Taught The Twins And Lucky Singh Tomar, Raju Dwivedi, Vikramjeet Singh And Pintu Yadav.

They Were Detained In The Satna Central Jail Since Their Arrest.

Deputy Guardian At Satna Central Jail Raj Kishor Singh Gujjar Said:" The Deceased Was Trapped In Sector 8 Of The Prison. There Is A Small Hanuman Temple In The Property Where He Was Probably Hanging Between 11.15 And 11.20. While Sitting And Went Down On The Back Of The Temple And Fastened His Towel With The Pipe In The Tin Barn To Be Hung. The Priest In The Temple Saw And Later Informed Other Prisoners, Who Were Informed Us." Brought To Prison And Brought To Prison Hospital. There, Doctors Referred Him To The District Hospital Where He Was Declared Dead."

" We Have Informed The Police And Also The Chief Lawyer Of The Incident. The Other Five Accused Are Also In Prison, But So Far There Has Been No Incident Of A Scuffle Or Dispute," Said Gujjar.