Nayab subedar Vijay Kumar, whose parents were abducted and murdered last year, has been fighting to find his parent’s body in order to perform last rites. However, upset over failing to get his parents bodies, Vijay has now written to the President of India requesting permission for euthanasia.
As per the reports, Army man Vijay’s parents Hajarilal and Kailashi Bai were abducted and murdered in Karauli district of Rajasthan in January, 2018. His parents were abducted from their house in Kota after which a missing report was lodged.
During the probe, it was found that the couple was allegedly killed by their tenants Ghanshyam Meena and his wife Rajkumari Meena on January 8, 2018.
Subsequently both had been arrested, and at their instance, their accomplices Sukhram and Angad were held for the murder of the couple. While Angad was charged with criminal conspiracy and is out on bail now, the other three accused were arrested for murder and abduction and are in jail.
The police officials revealed in February that the couple was allegedly strangled and stoned to death. Though their blood soaked clothes were recovered from the crime spot, police could not trace the bodies of the deceased. Despite interrogation, the accused did not reveal the location of the bodies.
A report of Hindustan Times quoted Bundi superintendent of police Mamta Bhargava, who said that police have interrogated the accused and also did a narcotic test (on Ghanshyam and Angad) for getting information about the whereabouts of the bodies but the accused did not reveal anything. A police search team also searched for the bodies in the Chambal river.
Vijay has now demanded euthanasia from President Ram Nath Kovind after failing to get justice for over 15 months. “I have lost my patience now after fighting for so long without success,” wrote Vijay, demanding a CBI probe into the case.
Vijay has reportedly written to the Prime Minister’s Office, Union defence ministry, Union home ministry, National Human Rights Commission, National Human Rights and Social Justice Commission, National Commission for Women among other government agencies.