50,000 Indian Rupees – that’s less than a grand of American money. Apparently that’s all one needs to get a person with whom they have a dispute over land killed in India.
Jitendra Ganwde was a builder from Nagpur, a city in the state of Maharashtra, India. Nagpur is ranked the cleanest and the second greenest city in the country. I’m not sure if that’s saying much as anyone who’s been to India can attest to how dirty it is. Rivers of garbage and human waste are a constant occurrence wherever in the country one goes.
On January 10, 2013 Jitendra Ganwde was stabbed to death at the Seven Hill Bar in the Sakardara area over a property dispute by contract killers hired to get rid of him for Rs 50k. The stabbing was caught on the bar’s CCTV camera.
If India keeps it up, it will soon be like Thailand where one can find contract killer willing to take a hit job for a few bucks. You could get two dozen people offed for a grand in Thailand. Apparently, life is more expensive in India.