Hubballi: The mysterious missing case of Akhil Mahajanshet, 26, the son of businessman Bharat Mahajanshet, has made Hubballi police scratch their heads, as the police could not find out whether Akhil really had gone missing.
Akhil Mahajanshet had gone missing for the last three days; his uncle Manoj Mahajanshet had registered a missing case at the Keshwapur police station on December 4. But the case took an unexpected turn on December 5, when the police questioned Akhil’s father regarding his son’s disappearance. According to police sources, Akhil’s father allegedly confessed to giving supari to some supari killers in order to kill his son, and based on his father’s statement, the Keshwapur police are questioning two more suspects.
Top police officers refused to comment on this, they said they would reveal all the details once this case becomes clear.
The police based on their statements; have searched for the body at a farmhouse near DevarGudihal, where the supari killers allegedly murdered the youth, but they did not find it.
The question remains: Did Akhil get murdered, or was this missing case a big conspiracy? According to the FIR, Akhil, a BCom graduate and resident of Arihant Nagar 1st Cross in Keshwapur, had allegedly gone missing on December 1. According to the FIR, both Akhil and his father had gone to Kalaghatagi for business, and after work, he informed his father that he had some work in Kalaghatagi and wanted to meet his friends and come home later. The father, leaving behind his son in Kalaghatagi, returned home.
In the FIR, it was also mentioned that Akhil had in the past not returned home for two to three days; hence, they thought this time he would return after two days, but he did not.
On December 3, when Bharat was in his house at around 7.35 p.m., Akhil made a video call to him and claimed that he was committing suicide, and at the end of the six-second call, Akhil was seen jumping from a height. “And then his phone went off,” said Bharat’s brother in the FIR.
The case has confused the police, whether Akhil was murdered, gone missing, or committed suicide, or whether the FIR registered by his uncle was a cock and bull story. According to the sources, the police have formed seven teams to solve the maze.