239) Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: Cruel “professor son” throws his sick mother from 4th floor to her death & other monster sons of India who kill their own mothers

Gujarat: Lecturer arrested after video shows him throwing mother off terrace

TNN | Updated: Jan 5, 2018

CCTV footage on September 27, 2017 revealed that Jayshree Nathwani was barely able to walk due to her ill health. Sandip took her to the terrace and pushed her Earlier police had lodged a case of suicide.
CCTV footage on September 27, 2017 revealed that Jayshree Nathwani was barely able to walk due to her ill heal… Read More
RAJKOT: Three months after an old woman’s death was registered as a suicide, the city police have found that she was actually killed by her own 36-year-old son.
Police arrested Sandip Nathwani, a lecturer at a city-based college, and booked him for the murder of his 64-year-old mother Jayshree.

On September 27, police had registered a case of suicide after prima facie it looked like Jayshree had jumped from the terrace of Darshan Avenue in Gandhigram area, where she was living.

However, they got an anonymous letter stating that her death was not a suicide, but murder. Along with the letter, they received CCTV footage of the building following which a detailed probe was initiated. The CCTV footages clearly showed that Jayshree was terminally ill and it was not possible for her to climb the terrace wall to jump..

The CCTV footage clearly showed that Jayshree was too ill to walk and she could barely climb one rung of the steps to the terrace. Sandip is seen holding her for support and she manages to climb with extreme difficulty. Probe revealed that she had suffered a brain haemorrhage, which had severely affected her lower body. Deputy commissioner of police Karanraj Vaghela said, “We found from the CCTV footage that Jayshreeben’s son was with her. Looking at her ill condition, it was not possible for her to climb the 2.5 feet terrace wall and jump down. The role of her son then came under scanner.”

During initial interrogation, Sandip told the cops that his mother had gone for sun obeisance on the terrace and he was only helping her. However, he broke down eventually and confessed that he was fed up of her prolonged poor health. Hence, he decided to kill her. Due to her illness, there were frequent fights between Sandip and his wife. Neighbours also told police that sometimes the quarrels used to be so acrimonious that their voices were heard in other houses. The duo even had heated verbal duels with Jayshree. Unable to take it any longer, Sandip decided to kill her, Vaghela said.

Jayshree was a retired schoolteacher, while Sandip teaches at Modi Pharmacy College near Aji Dam crossroads.

Rajkot man ‘killing’ his paralysed mother is a bleak testimony on our times

If he is convicted for the murder, the verdict will not be on one man alone, but on society as a whole.

A college professor has been arrested for allegedly killing his mother by throwing her off the terrace of their home, in Rajkot. According to the police, the victim, Jaishree Nathwani, had suffered brain haemorrhage in September, and was paralysed. Her son, Sandeep, allegedly killed her because he was tired of looking after her.

The police said the incident took place three months ago, and Sandeep passed it off as suicide. However, the police later received some inputs from an anonymous source, and checking the CCTV footage of the building, found Sandeep to have a role in the crime.

In the CCTV footage, Sandeep can be seen pulling his mother up the stairs. After some time, he comes back alone.

According to reports, Sandeep had told the police that he took her to the terrace as she wanted to perform surya namaskar. She then sent him to fetch some water, and jumped off the building. A security guard alerted him when her body hit the ground.

However, police have found from Jaishree’s medical records that she was unable to walk on her own and couldn’t have hauled herself off the terrace wall.

Later, during questioning, Sandeep broke down and told the police that he was tired of looking after the needs of his paralysed mother, and hence killed her.

According to reports, Sandeep has two sisters, and there had been tensions in the house over the marriage of one of them.

While the crime is yet to be proved, if true, it is chilling to the bone.

Children turning on their parents is terrible in any case – what makes one attack a person from whom they have in all probability received love, nurture and financial support for a good part of their lives? But harming them when they are weak, incapable of defending themselves, and dependent on you is the very nadir of human nature.

This is not the first time we have heard of horrid treatment meted out to senior citizens by their children. In 2016, a video of a woman assaulting her 70-year-old mother-in-law had shaken the nation.

Just a few months ago, the skeleton of 63-year-old Asha Sahani was found in her upscale Mumbai flat, where she used to stay alone. Her son, who was in the US, had not spoken to her for a year, and hence was unaware of her whereabouts.

In our own social circles, we know of people – perfectly well-behaved, productive members of the society – who ill-treat their parents.

So, what makes children misbehave with, abandon, or mentally and even physically assault their parents? In a country that celebrates familial bonds and where the “joint family” setup is still considered ideal, this specially signifies the utter moral and ethical degeneration of the society.

In the natural order of things, of course, people should want to take care of individuals who have brought them up, showered them with love and care. Mistreating one’s parents stems from the pettiest of human impulses – misbehaving with those you think are dependent on you, whether financially physically, or emotionally.

Clashes among members of a household are natural, especially as in today’s India, there is a stark generational divide in terms of people’s ways of life and mentalities. However, clashes turning into abuse is usually deliberate, a product of insensitivity.

Also, in our occupied lives, it is easy to lose sight of what is not gainful in a materialistic sense – caring for elderly parents does not contribute to a rise in our careers, wealth, or social stock.

Of course, the Rajkot case – and others like it – is far more than preoccupied insensitivity. They are a proof of absolute moral bankruptcy.

How does a son, tired of looking after his mother’s needs, think of murder as the solution? Instead of sending her to a nursing home, hiring helps to look after her, he decides to eliminate her absolutely, so that she is not a drain on his time, or emotional and financial resources. Greater moral corruption is difficult to imagine.

Reports such as the Rajkot case should serve as a shake-up call to us. We, as a society, need to examine why we are becoming so emotionally poor, blind to duties, turning against nature herself.

It is easy to dismiss this murder as an aberration, think of the people responsible as terrible beings, far different from us. But all of us need to question if we know of people who neglect or ill-treat their parents, and if we have ever called them out for it. If we know of elderly people living alone in our vicinity, and if we have bothered to check up on them.

The government, of course, has a responsibility to the elderly, and regular beat policeman visits, elderly helplines, etc, are steps in that direction. However, the administration cannot do much to people at risk from those closest to them, their natural protectors and care-givers.

If the Rajkot professor is convicted for murdering his mother, the verdict will not be on one man alone, but on the society as a whole.

Rajkot professor pushed sick mother off terrace, say police

Sandip Nathwani, who teaches in a local Pharmacy college, allegedly pushed his mother Jayshreeben to death on September 29 as he was “fed up” with her illness, according to police. By: PTI | Rajkot | Updated: January 5, 2018  A 36-year-old assistant professor was nabbed on Thursday for allegedly killing his 64-year-old mother by pushing her off the terrace of their residential building in the city in September last year, police said.

Sandip Nathwani, who teaches in a local Pharmacy college, allegedly pushed his mother Jayshreeben to death on September 29 as he was “fed up” with her illness, according to police. Initially, the Nathwani family had claimed that Jayashreeben fell off the terrace after losing her balance as she was suffering from some brain disease.

However, police changed the direction of the investigation on receipt of an unknown application. “After receiving the application, we checked CCTVs installed in the apartment and the recording clearly suggested that Sandip was with Jayshreeben when she fell off the terrace,” said DCP, Zone II, Karanjraj Vaghela.

Footage collected from CCTV cameras installed outside the professor’s flat show him coercing his mother, who was barely able to walk, to take the steps to the terrace. A woman is also seen speaking to him from inside the flat, and then closing the door.

Vaghela said that initially, Nathwani denied the allegation against him, but later “confessed” to his involvement in the crime. “He told us that he was fed up with his mother’s illness. He said that on the day of the incident, he took his mother to the terrace and pushed her,” Vaghela added. The officer said that during interrogations on Thursday, Nathwani complained of uneasiness during the interrogation and was admitted to the hospital.

He said Sandip Nathwani initially denied the allegation against him, but later “confessed” to his involvement in the crime. “He told us that he was fed up with his mother’s illness. Sandip told us that on the day of the incident he took his mother to the terrace and pushed her,” Vaghela said.

The officer said Nathwani complained of uneasiness during the interrogation on Thursday and was admitted to hospital. He would be formally arrested once he is discharged from the hospital. Police registered an FIR against Nathwani under section 302 (Punishment for murder) of the IPC on the basis of the application received by them.

Professor pushes ailing mother off terrace

Rajkot, pti 6.1.2018 : A 36-year-old assistant professor was nabbed on Friday for reportedly killing his 64-year-old mother by pushing her off the terrace of their residential building in the city in September last year.

Sandip Nathwani, who teaches at a local pharmacy college, reportedly pushed his mother Jayshreeben to death on September 29 as he was “fed up” with her illness, according to police.

Initially, the Nathwani family had claimed that Jayashreeben fell off the terrace after losing balance as she was suffering from a brain disease. Police changed the direction of the investigation on receipt of an unknown application.

“We checked CCTVs installed in the apartment and the recording clearly suggested that Sandip was with Jayshreeben when she fell off the terrace,” said DCP, Zone II, Karanjraj Vaghela. He said Sandip initially denied the allegation against him, but later “confessed” to his involvement in the crime. “He told us that he was fed up with his mother’s illness. Sandip told us that on the day of the incident, he took his mother to the terrace and pushed her,” Vaghela said.

Rajkot professor kills ailing mother by throwing her off terrace; caught on CCTV

Sandip Nathwani, who teaches in a local Pharmacy college in Rajkot, allegedly pushed his mother Jayshreeben to death on September 29 as he was “fed up” with her illness, according to police.

INDIA Updated: Jan 05, 2018 15:49 IST

Press Trust of India., Rajkot
A 36-year-old assistant professor was nabbed on Thursday for allegedly killing his 64-year-old mother by pushing her off the terrace of their residential building in the city in September last year.
A 36-year-old assistant professor was nabbed on Thursday for allegedly killing his 64-year-old mother by pushing her off the terrace of their residential building in the city in September last year.(Youtube grab)

A 36-year-old assistant professor was arrested on Thursday for allegedly killing his 64-year-old mother by pushing her off the terrace of their residential building in the city in September last year, police said.

Sandip Nathwani, who teaches in a local Pharmacy college, allegedly pushed his mother Jayshreeben to death on September 29 as he was “fed up” with her illness, according to police.

Initially, the Nathwani family had claimed that Jayashreeben fell off the terrace after losing her balance as she was suffering from some brain disease.

However, police changed the direction of the investigation on receipt of an unknown application.

“After receiving the application, we checked CCTVs installed in the apartment and the recording clearly suggested that Sandip was with Jayshreeben when she fell off the terrace,” said DCP, Zone II, Karanjraj Vaghela.

He said Sandip Nathwani initially denied the allegation against him, but later “confessed” to his involvement in the crime.

“He told us that he was fed up with his mother’s illness. Sandip told us that on the day of the incident he took his mother to the terrace and pushed her,” Vaghela said.

The officer said Nathwani complained of uneasiness during the interrogation today and was admitted to hospital.

He would be formally arrested once he is discharged from the hospital.

Police registered an FIR against Nathwani under section 302 (Punishment for murder) of the IPC on the basis of the application received by them.

Caught on camera: Gujarat professor throws 64-year-old ailing mother from fourth floor, gets arrested after 3 months

In a video, that has been doing the rounds, Jayshreeben Vinodbhai Nathvani’s son Sandip can be seen taking his mother to the fourth floor of his apartment. Later, the professor can be seen pushing his mother from the fourth floor and then coming back

Written by: India TV News Desk, Rajkot [ Updated: January 05, 2018 
The accused has admitted that he was tired of his mother
The accused has admitted that he was tired of his mother due to her poor health and hence took the extreme step.

In a shocking incident, a professor from Gujarat’s Rajkot allegedly killed his 64-year-old mother by throwing her from the fourth floor of a building. The accused, who later revealed that he took the extreme step as he was tired of his mother’s illness, has been arrested.

Though, earlier, the police had closed the case by registering a suicide case but an anonymous letter and CCTV footage of the building helped the cops unravel the mystery.

In a video, that has been doing the rounds, Jayshreeben Vinodbhai Nathvani’s son Sandip can be seen taking his mother to the fourth floor of his apartment. Later, the professor can be seen pushing his mother from the fourth floor and then coming back and relaxing.

After checking the CCTV footage of the apartment, the cops have found the professor guilty. “We found from the CCTV footage that Jayshreeben’s son was along with her when she jumped from the terrace and it’s not possible to commit suicide in the company of son. The role of the son has come under scanner,” DP Karanraj Vaghela said.

Man kills mother to appease Goddess Kali for well-being of family in West Bengal

SP Joy Biswas said that the accused allegedly decapitated his mother using a kharga when she was cleaning the compound of a Kali temple in Purulia

April 9, 2017
A youth allegedly beheaded his mother to appease Goddess Kali for good luck in West Bengal’s Purulia district on Friday evening.

Superintendent of Police Joy Biswas said that the accused, 35-year-old Narayan Mahato, allegedly decapitated his mother, 55-year-old Phuli Mahato, using a kharga (a sharp-edged blade used to sacrifice animal during worship) when she was cleaning the compound of a Kali temple, the Press Trust of India reported.

Narayan, who is the youngest of Phuli’s three sons, went to his elder brother’s home with the weapon and claimed that their mother had decapitated herself in front of Goddess Kali’s idol, SP Biswas added. The elder brother rushed to see his mother with Narayan and saw his mother’s severed head lying on the ground in a pool of blood with the body lying at some distance away. Police was then informed about the incident.

Police arrested Narayan on Friday night following which he was sent to 14-day judicial custody by the district court on Saturday. During interrogation, he confessed that he beheaded his mother to appease the goddess. The accused also said that Goddess Kali had asked him in his dream to kill his mother for the welfare of his family. Police are exploring all angles and possible motives.

According to neighbours, Narayan was a “tantric” who performed black magic and had set up a Kali temple at his residence.

Man kills 70-yr-old mother over property papers, held

 TNN | Dec 8, 2017

Pune: A 42-year-old man beat his 70-year-old mother to death after a quarrel when she refused to give him the over property documents of their house in Ganeshnagar in Erandawane.

The Alankar police have arrested the man. The murder development comes barely a day after an alcoholic and jobless diploma engineer murdered his parents after a fallout over money he needed to start a business.

Police said Anand Manohar Sapkal, the killer, is unmarried and lived with his mother, Aruna, in an independent two-storied house at Ota Vasahat in Ganeshnagar. His father had passed away a few years ago. Sapkal was reluctant to share the property with his two married sisters which was the cause of frequent quarrels with his mother.

Senior inspector Rekha Salunkhe said on Thursday that Sapkal came to the police station, barely a few metres away from his house, and informed them that his mother was lying motionless and he feared something amiss. “Our team found her unconscious and we sent her to a hospital where she was declared dead,” Salunkhe said.

A postmortem report confirmed that the elderly woman had been beaten to death. A subsequent probe, led to the arrest of Sapkal, Salunkhe said.

An officer from the Alankar police station said, “Sapkal may have used his hands to beat his mother to death. We did not find any marks of any blunt injury on her body.”

Dispute over property

Sapkal’s mother had handed over their land in Ganeshnagar to a developer who constructed a building at the spot. He had given half the building comprising three, one-room kitchen apartments to the Sapkal family and kept the remaining. Sapkal and his mother lived on the ground floor and had rented out the remaining apartments. “The rent was their source of income,” a resident of the locality, who did not wish to reveal his identity, said.
A probe revealed that the flats were registered in Aruna Sapkal’s name. “She wanted to divide the property among her three children. However, Sapkal was against her decision and demanded that she give him the property documents,” an officer from Alankar police said.

The mother and son would quarrel over it. When the fight escaleted on Thursday, Sapkal beat up his mother with his hands. She could not survive the blows and died. “When Sapkal found his mother not responding, he called for an ambulance and then came to the police station,” the officer said.

Disturbed man, say residents

A resident of Ganeshnagar Ota Vasahat told TOI that Sapkal would abuse the other residents of the colony for no reason. “He was sent to the mental hospital in Yerawada several times but his mother would bring him back,” one of them said, adding that he had been quarrelling with her for the past one week. “He would abuse her continuously,” the resident said, adding that nobody realised he was assaulting her too.

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