RTI activist burnt to death in his car
Chandramohan Sharma, 38, an RTI activist, was burnt to death as his car caught fire. The police is investigation the case to rule out any foul play. The exact cause of fire is being probed amidst reports that his car was giving him trouble for the past three days and he had removed the CNG kit out of the car just a day before.
Chandramohan was working in the Honda office and had left the office around 11.10 P.M when the incident happened. The police has sent the vehicle for technical examination and the body for autopsy. As of now, the police is yet to find any evidence of a foul though a FIR been lodged following claims that he was receiving threatening calls from land mafia.
His charred body was found near Eldeco Crossing in Greater Noida. He was an Aam Aadmi Party member and had been instrumental in exposing several cases of government land being grabbed across Gautam Budh Nagar. The police has informed that their control room received a call around midnight that a car was on fire just a few metres from the Swarnagiri roundabout. Even though a fire tender was rushed to the spot, they could not save the individual trapped inside the Chevrolet Aveo which was also gutted in fire.