289 Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: Part 6, Love, Sex & Dhoka – Extra marital affair murders of India

Mother kills her own child to keep her extra marital affair going

SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT KOCHI, JANUARY 13, 2018 01:09 IST
UPDATED: JANUARY 13, 2018

Key accused hospitalised
The Ernakulam special court that handles POCSO cases has postponed to Monday (January 15), the sentencing of the three accused in a case of the murder of a four-year-old girl.

The case was postponed just as Renjith, key accused in the case, tried to end his life by consuming a poisonous fruit and was admitted to the Medical College Hospital at Kottayam.

The court had last week found all the three accused, including the mother of the child, guilty and was to award the sentence on Wednesday, which got deferred to Friday.

An Ernakulam sub jail official said that Renjith looked uneasy on Wednesday night and later revealed he had consumed the poisonous fruit fearing severe punishment.

He was taken to the Ernakulam General Hospital and was eventually shifted to Medical College Hospital, Kottayam.

The toddler was killed by the accused as she was seen as a nuisance in his alleged illicit relationship with her mother.

Basil, a friend of his, was an accomplice.

Murder of 4-year-old girl: Prime accused attempts suicide The court had found mother Rani and her paramours Ranjith and Basil guilty in the case Publ…

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Wife, ‘lover’ arrested for carpenter’s murder in Hyderabad

By Express News Service  |   Published: 06th January 2018

HYDERABAD: In a sensational case of a carpenter’s murder, Choutuppal police arrested five persons including the wife of the deceased who reportedly hatched the plan to eliminate her husband with the help of her paramour. After conducting autopsy on the body of Kammari Nagaraju on December 31, the Choutuppal police altered the case from section 174 of CrPc to Section 302 of IPC on January 1.
In the course of the probe, inspector S Naveen Kumar interrogated the brother of the deceased and he expressed suspicion on his sister-in-law Jyothi (22).

Subsequently, Jyothi was interrogated by women police officers and she confessed to having killed her husband with the help of her paramour Mahankali Karthik (22) and his friends Mohd Bismilla Khan alias Yasin (19), Nadiyal Gourav alias Deepak (24) and Sirrappa Naresh alias Rambo (23).

Following her confession, except Naresh, all others were taken into custody on Thursday night and Naresh, who had attempted suicide, was apprehended during wee hours on Friday after his health condition was stated to be stable.During a media conference on Friday, Yadadri Bhongir DCP E Ramchandra Reddy said Jyothi, a resident of Begumpet, was in a relationship with Karthik before her marriage. In 2012, she was married to Nagaraju and the duo was blessed with two children. However, she continued her relationship with Karthik.

Woman, her paramour arrested for killing husband

TNN | Jan 5, 2018, 

PATIALA: The police have booked here a woman and her paramour for killing her husband who had gone missing in November last year.

The police have arrested the accused wife Raj Kaur and her paramour Sukhchain Singh Chaini who had killed the deceased Tarsem Singh and dumped his body in Canal on November 23, 2017.

The police claimed that accused Raj Kaur and her paramour get into relationship around 2 years back. Sukhchain used to visit Raj Kaur in her house while Raj Kaur’s husband Tarsem used to object over this.

Sukhchain’s friend Paramjit Kaur on November 23 called Tarsem to meet her near the canal where he was killed by Sukhchain and thrown into canal.

Police is yet to recover the dead body however it has registered a case against accused Raj Kaur, Sukhchain Singh Chaini and Paramjit Kaur under sections of murder and criminal conspiracy at Sadar Samana police station.

Hyderabad: Wife, paramour arrested for murdering husband

DECCAN CHRONICLE.

PublishedJan 6, 2018
Last Sunday, the body of an unidentified man was found near NH 65 at Ankireddygudem village.
 Feeling that her husband had become an obstacle for her extramarital affair, a 24-year-old woman along with her paramour killed her husband at Karmanghat.

Hyderabad: Feeling that her husband had become an obstacle for her extramarital affair, a 24-year-old woman along with her paramour killed her husband at Karmanghat and dumped his body in a lake at Choutuppal. The police arrested Jyothi, her paramour and three others in the case.

A video in which one of the suspects, Naresh, narrates his role in the murder and the call data analysis of Jyothi’s paramour, Karthik, helped the police solve the murder mystery, which was earlier registered as a suspicious death case at the Choutuppal police station.

Last Sunday, the body of an unidentified man was found near NH 65 at Ankireddygudem village. Based on a contact number, the police identified him as Kammari Nagaraju, 35, a carpenter from Karmanghat.

After Nagaraju’s brother expressed suspicion on Jyothi, the police started the inquiry and the CDR analysis revealed that Jyothi had called Karthik many times.
Mr E. Ramachandra Reddy, DCP Bhongir Yadari, said that Karthik and Jyothi were in relation before she got married to Nagaraju in 2012.

Two months ago, she got Karthik’s contact number and their relation began again. However, they felt Nagaraju was an obstacle for their illicit relationship and hatched a plan to kill him.

On Sunday, Jyothi laced milk with sleeping pills and made Nagaraju  drink it.
After he fell asleep, she called Karthik, who along with his friends, Bismilla Khan, 19, Nadiyal Gourav, 24 and Sirrappa Naresh, 23, came to her house in a car.

They smothered Nagaraju with a pillow and killed him. Later, they dumped his body near the highway.

Police cracks murder case, wife kills husband

THE HANS INDIA |    Jan 06,2018

Guntur: Police cracked the murder of a person in Satuluru village in Nadendla Mandal of Guntur. The police investigation confirmed  Sri Vidya killed her husband Narendra with the support her paramour Veeraiah.

Police said Sri Vidya was maintaining an illicit relationship with her sister’s husband Veerariah. As Narendra was creating trouble to continue their affair, Sri Vidya and Veerariah conspired to eliminate the victim. Wife served liquor mixed with cyanide to Narendra who consumed it and died immediately.

The body was dumped at a water canal in Satuluru. Police said the investigation teams arrested Veerariah and two others. Sri Vidya was absconding.

Woman’s relatives murder man
STAFF REPORTER NEW DELHI, JANUARY 06, 2018

Brother, uncle stab victim several times; woman also injured
A 32-year-old man and a woman were stabbed a dozen times by her uncle and brother near Dallupura in east Delhi on Friday evening. The man died on the spot, while the woman is battling for life in a hospital.

According to the police, the incident happened around 5 p.m. when the woman’s brother Shankar (22) and uncle Rinku (25) reached the location where she was meeting her cousin Dinesh (30).

The victim is survived by his wife and three children. The woman and Dinesh were allegedly having an affair for the past one year.

The accused intercepted the cab in which the victims were travelling and stabbed Dinesh multiple times till he collapsed. The woman also sustained stab wounds but was saved after a constable raised an alarm.

The police arrested Shankar and Rinku from the spot. The murder weapon, a knife, was also seized.

Case registered

The accused told the police during interrogation that they murdered Dinesh for their family’s honour.

“We have registered a case of murder and criminal conspiracy against them,” said Joint Commissioner of Police Ravindra Yadav.

The family said the woman had fled her Patparganj home with some cash and jewellery on Monday evening. Dinesh too left home around the same time and switched off his mobile phone.

The family received a tip-off on Friday that the couple was on the way to meet someone at a house in New Ashok Nagar.

Dinesh was as sanitation worker with a civic body, while the woman is a school dropout.

Man Stabbed to Death After Eloping With Cousin in Delhi

The deceased, identified as Dinesh, had eloped with his 23-year-old cousin four days before the murder.

Updated:January 5, 2018

Man Stabbed to Death After Eloping With Cousin in Delhi

The murder weapon recovered from the scene.

New Delhi: In a suspected case of honour killing, a 30-year-old man was stabbed to death in Delhi’s New Ashok Nagar area on Friday evening.

The deceased, identified as Dinesh, had eloped with his 23-year-old cousin four days before the murder.

The two accused, the girl’s uncle and brother, have been arrested. Identified as Shankar (22) and Rinku (25), they both work at a gym.

According to a senior police officer of the district, during interrogation, they both confessed that “they were feeling embarrassed in the society because of this issue”.

Dinesh, a resident of Seemapuri, was married and had three children. He was in love with the girl, who also happens to be his cousin. They girl also shared similar feelings. The girl’s marriage, however, was scheduled next month with some other man.

They both eloped from their homes four days before the incident. “That’s why the girl’s uncle killed the man,” said Ravindra Yadav, Joint CP Eastern Range.

On Friday, the girl’s brother and uncle got to know about their whereabouts. At around 5.20pm, they spotted them near Mayur Vihar. They both took them to a nearby canal and stabbed them multiple times.

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(The two accused)

According to DCP East, Omvir Bisnoi, a constable posted with Delhi Home Guards raised an alarm because of which people gathered and tried stopping the accused. In the meantime, PCR staff also reached the spot and intervened.

While Dinesh succumbed to the injuries, the girl is being treated in the hospital.

“Both the accused have alleged that the girl ran away with the ornaments and cash meant for her marriage. They have accused the deceased of luring the girl and tutoring her to bring gold and jewellery with herself,” Yadav said.

Dinesh’s body has been sent for postmortem. The local police is also questioning other family members. They are waiting for the girl to get fit to give statement so that a detail report could be made

Hisar man, brother held for murdering wife’s paramour

TNN | Jan 8, 2018

Chandigarh: A daily wager on Saturday night stabbed his wife’s paramour to death in Bhagat Singh Colony of Hisar.
The accused has been identified as Ajit Singh. He and his brother Sonu Singh have been arrested in a case of murder registered against them at city police station. They will be produced in the court for police remand on Monday, said SHO of city police station Om Parkash.

According to sources, Ajit Singh (32) had got married about three years ago and had come in contact with Mukesh, the deceased, in connection of installation of water boosting pump two years ago.

The deceased and Ajit’s wife started having an affair and later the two eloped. Two months ago, Ajit’s wife returned and started staying with him. But Mukesh, started visiting her again. Despite Ajit’s objections to their affair, the two continued seeing each other. On Saturday evening, Ajit and his brother Sonu stopped Mukesh near a milk booth in Bhagat Singh Colony and the two stabbed him after a brief altercation. They kept attacking him till Mukesh fell. He was rushed to civil hospital, Hisar, where he was declared brought dead.

“A murder case has been registered and both accused have been arrested. They will be produced in court for remand. Meanwhile, we have handed over the body to the family after the postmortem examination,” said the SHO.

Man murders wife’s paramour in Hisar, arrested

Manvir Saini| TNN | Updated: Jan 7, 2018

CHANDIGARH: A daily wager brutally stabbed his wife’s paramour to death in the Bhagat Singh Colony of Hisar on Saturday night.
The accused, identified as Ajit Singh, and his brother Sonu Singh have been booked and arrested in a case of murder at City police station.On Monday, they will be produced in the court for police remand, said Om Parkash, SHO of city police station.According to information, Ajit Singh (32) had married three year ago. He came in contact with Mukesh, the victim in connection of installation of water boosting pump two years ago.Ajit’s wife allegedly developed an intimacy with Mukesh and the two eloped. Two months ago, Ajit’s wife returned and started staying with him. But Mukesh again started visiting her.
Despite objections from Ajit, Mukesh and his wife continued to meet each other. Police said on Saturday evening, Ajit and his brother Sonu stopped Mukesh near a milk booth in Bhagat Singh Colony.

The two started stabbing him after a brief altercation. They kept on stabbing till Mukesh fell. An unconscious Mukesh was rushed to Civil Hospital of Hisar where he was declared brought dead.
Meanwhile, his family reached the hospital and lodged the formal complaint.

“A murder case was registered. We have arrested both the accused. They will be produced in the court for remand. Meanwhile, we have handed over the body after the postmortem examination,” said Om Parkash.

Friend held for techie murder

 

Belghoria: A friend of the engineer who had been missing since December 31 and whose body was found on Saturday has been arrested on murder charge.

Sanjay Burman, whose father is an officer of Calcutta police, was picked up from Agarpara station hours after the body of Dip Barik was found. “He was arrested on Sunday after we found discrepancies in his statements. He has been booked under the IPC Section 302, which deals with murder,” an officer of Belghoria police station said.

Dip’s father Debkumar Barik lodged a murder complaint against Sanjay on Saturday.

Hyderabad: Wife, paramour arrested for murdering husband

DECCAN CHRONICLE.

PublishedJan 6, 2018
Last Sunday, the body of an unidentified man was found near NH 65 at Ankireddygudem village.
 Feeling that her husband had become an obstacle for her extramarital affair, a 24-year-old woman along with her paramour killed her husband at Karmanghat.

Hyderabad: Feeling that her husband had become an obstacle for her extramarital affair, a 24-year-old woman along with her paramour killed her husband at Karmanghat and dumped his body in a lake at Choutuppal. The police arrested Jyothi, her paramour and three others in the case.

A video in which one of the suspects, Naresh, narrates his role in the murder and the call data analysis of Jyothi’s paramour, Karthik, helped the police solve the murder mystery, which was earlier registered as a suspicious death case at the Choutuppal police station.

Last Sunday, the body of an unidentified man was found near NH 65 at Ankireddygudem village. Based on a contact number, the police identified him as Kammari Nagaraju, 35, a carpenter from Karmanghat.

After Nagaraju’s brother expressed suspicion on Jyothi, the police started the inquiry and the CDR analysis revealed that Jyothi had called Karthik many times.
Mr E. Ramachandra Reddy, DCP Bhongir Yadari, said that Karthik and Jyothi were in relation before she got married to Nagaraju in 2012.

Two months ago, she got Karthik’s contact number and their relation began again. However, they felt Nagaraju was an obstacle for their illicit relationship and hatched a plan to kill him.

On Sunday, Jyothi laced milk with sleeping pills and made Nagaraju  drink it.
After he fell asleep, she called Karthik, who along with his friends, Bismilla Khan, 19, Nadiyal Gourav, 24 and Sirrappa Naresh, 23, came to her house in a car.

They smothered Nagaraju with a pillow and killed him. Later, they dumped his body near the highway.

 

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