Alleged Murderer Openly Challenges Police on Facebook, says ‘Catch me if you can’

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Gone are those days when men promised to pluck stars for their love. The lovers of today have gone above and beyond – way beyond – in an attempt to showcase or prove their love. One such incident that came to light recently is that of a Rajasthan guy who allegedly murdered his girlfriend’s ex to get rid of him. If that wasn’t enough, he went ahead to openly challenge the police on Facebook to catch him if they can.

The cold-blooded murder

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24-year-old Deepak Kumar Malik of Rajasthan allegedly murdered his girlfriend’s ex and ran a car over his body to mislead the police and make it look like an accident.

The police recovered the dead body and arrested his girlfriend

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After recovering the dead body of Vinod Beniwal, Ganganagar police arrested Indubala, Deepak’s girlfriend, on July 31, on charges of Vinod’s murder. Indubala wanted to get rid of Vinod, her ex, and made him drive to a secluded place where Deepak shot him in the head and drove over his dead body multiple times.

‘Catch me if you can’

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Far from being guilty or scared, Deepak went a step ahead and challenged the police on Facebook. Following the crime, he took to Facebook to challenge the police who arrested his girlfriend and threatened them of dire consequences. Below are some screenshots of his Facebook posts.

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Alleged Murderer Openly Challenges Police on Facebook, says 'Catch me if you can' 1

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Not only did he challenge the police, but also accepted to the crime openly.

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Sriganganagar’s circle office, Tulsidas Purohit told the Hindustan Times, “A badly maimed body was found in Sriganganagar a few days ago. It was later identified as that of Vinod Beniwal, a resident of Haryana. During investigation we came to know about the involvement of Malik and Indubala in the case.”

The police however find it no big deal and are sure Deepak will be caught soon and brought to justice. Tulsidas stated, “The Facebook posts are no big deal. We have constituted four teams to arrest Malik and he will be soon brought to justice. His last known location was in Uttar Pradesh.”

Deepak remains unfazed…

Nothing seems to have an effect on Deepak as he continued threatening the police on Facebook.

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The police are trying their best to nab the perpetrator and hopefully, law will take its course soon.

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