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The dead bodies of the two abducted students of Jamia Milia University of Delhi have been recovered by police from Ganga Canal on Saturday . Love angle is behind the double murder which was revealed after the arresting of a tantrik who was involved in the crime . The main accused, an auto rickshaw driver is however stated to be at large.
"Raids are on for the arresting of the main accused Haider , an auto rickshaw driver who had killed Babbar and Saddam of Village Jasaura of Mandali in Meerut while Ayub , the tantrik who was also involved in the crime has been arrested," SP City Alok Priyadarshi said.
Deceased Babar and Saddam were studying in Jamila Milia University of Delhi. The duo had come to the village to attend a family function on April 5th and returned to Delhi to join their classes on April 10th but could never reach their destination.
The abduction however was confirmed when the family members got a ransom call on the following day and they immediately approached the police . In their investigation the Police got a clue while examining the call details as the last call was done to Ayub ,a teacher in a Madarsa in sector 63 of Noida.
Police caught hold of Ayub and interrogated him in this connection. After some Ayub broke down and revealed startling truth in the case. Ayub who is also a Tantrik was approached by Babar who was in love with a girl of his village and the later wanted Ayub to do some black magic so that the girl also develops same feeling for him.
But Ayub was well aware of the fact that Haider , of village Jasaura who is an auto rickshaw driver in Noida was also in love with her and consequently he informed Haider about the intentions of Babar. Offering him Rs 10 lakhs Haider asked the tantrik to call Babar at his Madarsa in Noida. When Badar reached there on April 10th with friend Saddam the duo caught hold of them and strangulated them to death. Haider than disposed the dead bodies near the banks of the Ganga Canal near Dasna of district Ghaziabad .
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