292 Proof of Crime Patrol true stories ::: Andhra Techie to be executed in US for murder, Wipro techie murdered by techie husband for dowry

Date set for execution of Telugu Techie prisoner in the US

He hails from Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, and was working as a software engineer. He was arrested on charges of kidnapping and murdering.

By Author  |   Published: 11th Jan 2018
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Raghunandan Yandamuri

Hyderabad: Prison authorities in Pennsylvania have set February 23 as the date for the execution of Raghunandan Yandamuri, a Telugu youngster who was sentenced to death in 2014 for the kidnap and murder of a 61-year-old woman and her 10-month-old granddaughter.

Yandamuri, 32, is the first Indian-American to face death penalty. He hails from Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh, and was working as a software engineer. He was arrested on charges of kidnapping and murdering 10-month-old Saanvi Venna and her grandmother Satyavathi Venna.

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10-month-old Saanvi Venna with her grandmother Satyavathi Venna (Source: Internet)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to a press release issued by the Pennsylvania Department Corrections earlier this week, Department of Corrections Secretary John Wetzel had signed a Notice of Execution setting Friday, February 23, for the execution of Raghunandan Yandamuri. Yandamuri was sentenced to death in Montgomery County.

“The law provides that when the governor does not sign a warrant of execution within the specified time period, the secretary of corrections has 30 days within which to issue a notice of execution,” the release said.

According to a report in PTI, Yandamuri was however likely to get a reprieve because of a 2015 moratorium on death penalty by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf.

Yandamuri had gone to the US on a H-1B visa. Following his conviction, the electrical and computer science engineering degree holder had first asked that death penalty be imposed upon him. He later appealed his sentence, but lost the appeal last April.

24-year-old techie killed in Greater Noida, husband on run

TNN | Jan 11, 2018

Richa, who hailed from Etah, got married to Kuldeep two years ago
Richa, who hailed from Etah, got married to Kuldeep two years ago
GREATER NOIDA: A 24-year-old techie was allegedly murdered by her husband with a sharp-edged weapon in Alfa 2 in Greater Noida on Wednesday evening. Richa Sisodiya suffered fatal injuries on her head and was declared brought dead at a private hospital. Her husband Kuldeep Raghav is absconding after the crime.
Richa, who hailed from Etah, got married to Kuldeep two years ago. She worked with a private company in Greater Noida. Raghav had finished a B-Tech course from a private college in 2011. However, he was unemployed after completing his studies. He used to help his father at his grocery shop in the neighbourhood.
Brajesh Kumar Verma, SHO of Kasna police station, said on Wednesday evening the couple had fight over some issues. “Kuldeep lost his cool and hit his wife with a sharp object and her head was severely fractured. Kuleep’s family members rushed her to Kailash Hospital where doctors declared her brought dead,” he said.

A police team arrived at the spot after receiving information but the accused managed to escape. Police have formed teams and launched a search for his arrest. The body has been sent for a postmortem and reports are awaited. Police said that they have informed the woman’s family members and they are on their way to Greater Noida.
Police have detained Raghav’s father and are questioning him about what led to the brutal murder.

According to the police, the accused seemed to have an inferiority complex. They are unable to share more details.

Dowry death case filed against husband, in-laws of Wipro techie murdered in Greater Noida

tnn | Jan 12, 2018

Noida: The husband and the parents-in-law of a Greater Noida-based techie who was murdered on January 10 were arrested and charged with dowry death on Thursday. Police said the techie’s husband Kuldeep Raghav (26), had locked himself in a room and tried to commit suicide when the cops found him late on Wednesday, hours after the murder was discovered.
His wife, Richa, was a software engineer with Wipro. Raghav is also an engineer but was unemployed for six years, police said. A police officer said he had an inferiority complex and the couple frequently fought in the past, and that Raghav had claimed the murder was the result of a “breach of trust” in their marital relationship.Raghav had completed B-Tech from JSS Academy of Technical Education in 2011 in Noida. He had prepared for civil services examination but was unable to crack it.On the other hand, his wife Richa Sisodiya completed engineering from Galgotias University and landed a job with Wipro.Shailendra Sisodiya, Richa’s father, said she married Raghav in February 2016. The family spent around Rs 45 lakh on the wedding and gave the groom everything they could afford. Sisodiya alleged Raghav’s family had been demanding an SUV and Rs 10 lakh in dowry.He said Richa had told them that she was beaten up over the issue. “We had held a meeting with his family members and requested them to stop troubling her for dowry. We gave Rs 2 lakh to them six months ago but their greed continued unabated,” he said.On Wednesday evening, Sisodiya received a call from Kuldeep’s family informing him about her death. The family members reached her house and found her lying in a pool of blood in the bathroom. She had deep injury marks on her head. The family members rushed her to Kailash Hospital where she was declared brought dead. Brijesh Kumar Verma, SHO, Kasna police station, said Raghav had locked himself in a room and tried to commit suicide after killing his wife. “The accused also tried to set himself on fire by turning on the cooking gas but was stopped by the police on time. He was immediately apprehended and brought to the police station for questioning,” he said.

The accused briefly spoke to the media and said ‘trust deficit in the marital relations’ led to the murder. “I have committed a big mistake. But trust is the most important thing in a relationship. A person goes to any extent when the trust is broken,” he said, adding that he suspected his wife was having an affair. A large number of relatives, friends and local residents gathered at Richa’s house after they got news of her death. Fatima, the vicim’s school friend, said on Wednesday noon Richa had informed that her husband was not allowing her to go to work.

A case of dowry death, subjecting a woman to cruelty, under sections 304-B, 498-A, and Dowry Prohibition Act 1961 has been registered against Kuldeep, his parents Raghuraj and Sushma, and sister Annu who is at large. Police have seized the murder weapon

Woman, family arrested for cheating prospective grooms
STAFF REPORTER COIMBATORE, JANUARY 12, 2018

The Central Crime Branch of the Coimbatore City police has arrested a young woman, her parents and brother on the charge of duping an NRI engineer of ₹41 lakh by promising to marry him.

The police said that the woman, who claimed to be an actor, and her family have duped six prospective grooms of ₹1.42 crore and jewellery worth ₹20 lakh under the pretext of marriage.

The main accused P. Shruthi alias Mythili Venkatesh, 21, of Sri Ram Avenue on P.N. Palayam Road, her father Prasanna Venkatesh, mother Chitra alias Amutha Venkatesh and brother Subash landed in the custody of the police during the investigation of a complaint filed by Balamurugan of Salem, one of the victims cheated by them.

According to the police, Balamurugan and Shruthi got in touch through a matrimony website. Balamurugan gave them ₹41 lakh between May 24, 2017, and January 1, 2018, towards expenses.

The police said that subsequently, he learned that the woman and her family had cases of cheating against them and filed a complaint.

Assault

According to the police, a team of police went to the apartment of Shruthi and her parents around 9 p.m. on Wednesday to arrest them.

However, the four accused and M. Sabarinath, 23, of Anna Nagar West in Chennai assaulted them. A constable from the Armed Reserve wing was injured.

In February 2016, Shruthi and her parents were booked for cheating a software engineer Santhosh Kumar from Namakkal of ₹43 lakh.

Later, in March 2016, they were booked for duping E. Arul Kumar Gururaja, of Chidambaram of jewellery worth ₹20 lakh. The police said that the accused had cheated Sasikumar from Namakkal of ₹22 lakh, Sundar from Nagapattinam of ₹15 lakh and Rajkamal from Dindigul of ₹21 lakh.

The accused were produced in court and remanded in judicial custody.

Husband and in-laws held for Wipro techie’s murder

TNN | Jan 12, 2018

Police have seized the murder weapons — a blood-stained wooden stick for washing clothes, and a knife — from the spot
Police have seized the murder weapons — a blood-stained wooden stick for washing clothes, and a knife — from the spot
NOIDA: The husband of a Greater Noida-based techie who was murdered earlier this week was arrested along with his parents on Thursday. Police said Kuldeep Raghav (26), locked himself in a room and tried to commit suicide but cops managed to stop him.
His wife, Richa, was a software engineer with Wipro. Raghav is also an engineer but was unemployed for six years, police said. A police officer said he had an inferiority complex and the couple frequently fought in the past, and that Raghav had claimed the murder was the result of a “breach of trust” in their marital relationship.Raghav had completed B-Tech from JSS Academy of Technical Education in 2011 in Noida. He had prepared for civil services examination but was unable to crack it. On the other hand, his wife Richa Sisodiya completed engineering from Galgotias University and landed a job with Wipro.Shailendra Sisodiya, Richa’s father, said she married Raghav in February 2016. The family spent around Rs 45 lakh on the wedding and gave the groom everything they could afford. Sisodiya alleged Raghav’s family had been demanding an SUV and Rs 10 lakh in dowry.He said Richa had told them that she was beaten up over the issue. “We had held a meeting with his family members and requested them to stop troubling her for dowry. We gave Rs 2 lakh to them six months ago but their greed continued unabated,” he said.On Wednesday evening, Sisodiya received a call from Kuldeep’s family informing him about her death. The family members reached her house and found her lying in a pool of blood in the bathroom. She had deep injury marks on her head. The family members rushed her to Kailash Hospital where she was declared brought dead.Brijesh Kumar Verma, SHO, Kasna police station, said Raghav had locked himself in a room and tried to commit suicide after killing his wife. “The accused also tried to set himself on fire by turning on the cooking gas but was stopped by the police on time. He was immediately apprehended and brought to the police station for questioning,” he said. The accused briefly spoke to the media and said ‘trust deficit in the marital relations’ led to the murder. “I have committed a big mistake. But trust is the most important thing in a relationship. A person goes to any extent when the trust is broken,” he said, adding that he suspected his wife was having an affair.

A large number of relatives, friends and local residents gathered at Richa’s house after they got news of her death. Fatima, the vicim’s school friend, said on Wednesday noon Richa had informed that her husband was not allowing her to go to work. A case of dowry death, subjecting a woman to cruelty, under sections 304-B, 498-A, and Dowry Prohibition Act 1961 has been registered against Kuldeep, his parents Raghuraj and Sushma, and sister Annu who is at large.

Police have seized the murder weapons — a blood-stained wooden stick for washing clothes, and a knife — from the spot.

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