[Reader-list] Dalit family of 3 brutally murdered in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra

Asit Das asit1917 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 24 02:57:54 CDT 2014

Dalit family of 3 brutally murdered in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra
Thursday, 23 October 2014 - 10:23am IST | Place: Ahmednagar (Maharashtra) |
Agency: DNA Webdesk


   DNA Web Team <http://www.dnaindia.com/authors/dna-web-team>


    House of Jadhav family.

In a gruesome incident similar to the Khairlanji killings, three members of
the Jadhav family who belonged to a Dalit
<http://www.dnaindia.com/topic/dalit> caste were found murdered in Pathardi
town of Maharashtra's Ahmednagar
<http://www.dnaindia.com/topic/ahmednagar> districts on
Tuesday .

The police are investigating the case. However, the culprits are still at
large and motive behind the murder <http://www.dnaindia.com/topic/murder> is
not known.

The incident took place in the Jadhavwadi in Javkhade Khalsa village of
Pathardi town. The bodies of the couple - Jayashree and Sanjay Jadhav and
their son Sunil were found with body parts chopped in pieces in the nearby

The incident came to light when farm workers saw the door of the house open
and informed the victims relatives.

However, when the relatives reached the spot, they could not find the family
members <http://www.dnaindia.com/topic/family-members> in the house, while
the blood was scattered on the floor. Therefore the relatives headed
towards Pathardi and Nagar Hospital to find Jadhav family, but they could
not find any information there as well.

Later, when the villagers launched the search operation, the body was found
chopped in pieces in an empty well, which was 500 feet away from their

The angry villagers, informed the police, but refused to allow Panchanama
of the body until senior officer reached the spot.

Sanjay Jadhav, a farmer by profession owned an acre of land. Whereas, his
son Sunil, who works in a milk dairy in Mumbai had come to his village a
week ago.

*Relatives of Jadhav family in grief.*

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