//"I want my son

"I want my son

Mother of Hilton employee killed on Sunday night is determined to see her son’s killer brought to justice
Narayan Bahadur Rana, the Hilton Tower employee, who was found dead on the tracks outside CST last night, was cremated on Monday. His shocked family wants nothing more than to see his attacker duly punished.
The 26-year-old cook was travelling from CST to Antop Hill and had just boarded the 00:28 Belapur train on Sunday night, when he was reportedly attacked by an armed robber, later identified as Sunil Nadar. Rana was brutally stabbed on his chest and stomach and his body was flung onto the tracks. The body was discovered by the CST police. They put out an alert about the murder, which led to the arrest of Nadar, who was spotted by the Pydhonie police because of his bloodstained shirt. After his arrest, he confessed to the crime.
Rana had come to Mumbai with his sister six years ago. Six months ago, he rented a room at Antop Hill and brought his mother, wife and two children (aged seven and two) to stay with him.My son was a calm boy who kept to himself. He had no vices. He was loved by people. I don’t understand why someone killed my son in this brutal way. He has two young kids and a young wife. I want his killer to be punished,” said Rana’s mother. An officer of the CST Railway Police said, “Nadar is a habitual offender. We have arrested him, but we still have to find out why he killed Rana so brutally.”Rana’s colleagues at Hilton Hotel were also stunned by the manner of his death. “It is an absolute loss for his family and for his friends at the hotel,” said Kanan Udeshi, communication manager at Hilton Towers. “Rana was a highly skilled cook and had been with us for almost five years. He always maintained a low profile, but was very efficient with his work,” said Sharad Puri, Manager, of Hilton Towers.“He had managed to create a niche for himself with his skill in Thai and Mexican food. We don’t know what prompted the man to kill Rana.” The management says it is doing its best to offer moral and financial support to Rana’s family. “Our top priority is to offer the best within our means to the family. We will take a decision soon and inform the family,” said Kanan.