Wife kills husband after conspiring with boyfriend MPost | 1 Oct 2017 10:52 PM Kolkata:
A wife allegedly killed her husband after conspiring with her boyfriend.The incident created tension at Kanksa in West Burdwan on Saturday. The victim, Chanchal Ghosh, was found dead on floor of his house with a bullet injury on his body. The victim’s father, early on Saturday morning, found that the Chanchal, aged around 33, was lying on the floor of a room. The elderly man informed the local residents who in turn informed the matter to the police. A firearm was lying near the youth. After being informed, the police rushed to the spot and sent the body for the post-mortem. Read This – 2 of banned Ansar Bangla Team, a firearms dealer in police net The victim’s family members alleged that the Chanchal’s wife Riya had developed an extramarital affair with a local youth. Recently, a quarrel had broken out between the couple. Following the quarrel, Riya went to her parental house before the Puja. Chanchal got married to Riya four years ago and they had a daughter. Police have arrested his wife and one Jhontu Mondal with whom she allegedly had an extramarital relationship. Probe is on.
On trail of vehicle lifters, cops crack double-murder caseTIMES NEWS NETWORK
Bengaluru: Chasing vehiclelifters, Magadi police from Ramanagara distict have solved a two-year-old doublemurder case reported in Hindupura Rural police station, Andhra Pradesh.
Itbegan on June 16 this year when a vehicle owner filed a complaint with Magadi police, saying miscreants drove away his Bolero jeep using a duplicate key. Suspecting the role of an interstate gang, thesuperintendent of police, Ramanagara, Ramesh Banoth, formed a special team led by DySP ML Purushottam to solve the case.
The team first picked up Abhishek Srinivas, a cab driver and resident of Tavarekere, Magadi Road. He was seen frequenting shops of duplicate key makers in the area, which ledcops tosuspecthim. During investigation, Abhishek spilled the beans and told police that he, his accomplice Mithun and three Andhra Pradeshbased men had stolen the jeep and sold it to a man in Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu.
Soon, the team reached Krishnagiri and detained Shakti Arasan Ramanathan, who had purchased the stolen jeep and resold it by forging the documents. However, Purushottam and his team smelt a bigger racket. On interrogation, Ramanathan confessed that he indeed had traded another Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV), a Tata Safari, in 2015.
“This was the point where the investigation led to the killers of a man and his girlfriend in Hindupura in 2015. Ramanathan led us to Naveen Sharavanan and Prithvi Shyam Nagabhushan alias Palla, both aged 21, and told us they were the ones who had sold the Tata Safari to him,” Banoth told TOI.
On checking withthetransport department, policediscovered the car belonged to Narayanaswamy from Hindupura, who was found murdered along with his girlfriend Mekha Kalpana in 2015. “We grilled Naveen and Prithvi and they confessed to having killed the duo. The woman had a personal rivalry with Naveen’s mother,” Banoth said, adding, “We have alerted Hindupura Rural police; they will take Naveen and Prithvi intocustody soon.”