India News: Fourth accused in gay murders arrested in Nepal
New Delhi Sep 5 (IANS) The fourth suspect allegedly involved in the brutal murder of USAID official Pushkin Chandra and his gay partner has been arrested in Nepal, India :, who was one of the two men who allegedly murdered Chandra (38) and his male companion Kuldeep (19), was Sunday produced in a city court that remanded him in police custody.
A senior police officer said police in Nepal had helped a Delhi Police team that visited the Himalayan kingdom to arrest Moti. The team had visited Nepal after the external affairs ministry requested authorities there to help trace Moti.
Rajesh Kumar, the main accused in the murders that shocked the national capital, was arrested Aug 28 from his hometown in Madhya Pradesh. Two other men -- Parveen and his father Jai Kishore -- were arrested for aiding and sheltering the suspect.