Motihari: An Indian Air Force officer was allegedly stabbed to death at his village under Sangrampur police station in Bihar’s East Champaran district.
The deceased Aditya alias Alok Tiwari was a resident of Tiwari Tola of the Sangrampur police station area. The incident took place in Ghusiyar Bind Toli. “The officer was stabbed multiple times on his chest with a knife and was left to die.
This Air Force personnel was stabbed to death by some people from same village, following a dispute over land. “We’ve formed a SIT. We’ve arrested 3-4 people and are questioning them. Further probe is on.” said Superintendent of Police, East Champaran, Motihari, Ashish Kumar.
According to the sources, Alok Tiwari was posted in Amritsar and was visiting his home in the village under Sangrampur police station. The incident of attack took place when Air Force personnel Alok Tiwari along with his father started to put fence on the borders of his farm land, seeing that people around the area started protesting since his farmland falls under Ghusiyar Bind Toli and villagers used his farm land to cross the area.
Alok Tiwari and his father wanted to safeguard their crops from the walking footsteps of the villagers so they started to put a temporary bamboo fence around the land.
Amidst the protest, some angry villagers attacked Alok Tiwari with knife and stabbed his chest multiple times. His father took him to local Primary Health Care (PHC) unit from where he was referred to Motihari Sadar Hospital where he was declared dead.
There has been no FIR registered on the case so far, but police department camp of Motihari Sadar Hospital took the body for autopsy.
The police have reached there and investigated the matter after receiving the information about the murder. The officer’s body was cremated after the post-mortem was conducted. A Special Investigation Teams (SIT) has been constituted.
Three to four people have also been taken under custody for inquiry. The incident is being investigated currently. According to the family, Aditya Tiwari was a Junior Warrant Officer (JWO) in the 40 Wing of Indian Air Force who was posted in Amritsar.